Right now I'm in training and at the facility I'm at there are a lot of people from different places around the country. It makes things quite interesting. The last time I was here I learned a bit about Wyoming, which if it wasn't so cold there might be a great place to visit. This time I learned about North Dakota, the scary state!
The only thing I really knew about the Dakota's before tonight was that they are really separated by East and West culturally, not North and South. I need to listen to fewer podcasts because they didn't know what I was talking about. But it's a crazy ass place that I don't know if I ever want to visit.
Here is a briefing of the conversation, which did involve alcohol:
A 20 year old giving birth to her 5th child, in an ambulance.
The girl I was talking to lost her virginity in the backseat of a pick up truck on a windy night and got pregnant.
"Fixing" a dog at home, improperly, while the woman from Head Start stops by. The men were not fans of that one.
Trying to commit suicide but measuring the rope wrong, everyone else's fault.
How to properly shoot up a barrel so it can be used for a fire.
Burning your trash at home, also burning yourself and having the medicine woman help clear up the burns.
Getting eaten by (at least 5) dogs, and living, but losing several limbs.
Individually each story was ok, when you put them all together you would rather drive through Canada to get where you're going.
If you're from North Dakota and normal, I'm sorry to offend you, but I'm a little freaked out.
- I'm a 30 something who loves to travel. I have a full time job and enjoy writing (or blogging) about my travels. I've traveled through several countries in Europe as well as Russia and Egypt. I also enjoy domestic travel in the United States, including Disney. My long term travel goal is to do a round the world trip.