I've been writing quite a bit lately on a number of various sites, including my other blogs. On one of these sites, I've published a couple of travel-related articles on my adopted home of North Dakota.
When most people think about North Dakota, they thing about cold weather, blizzards, hockey, and ice fishing. These characteristics are definitely a part of life in North Dakota during the winter. There are also a number of other things that visitors to North Dakota can do to have an enjoyable vacation.
I wrote this article on What to Do in North Dakota that gives a number of attractions that are located in a few of the more heavily populated areas of the state. This list is by no means comprehensive, and there are many things to see off the beaten path in the state. I've found the people and the topography to be great (except for the Red River Valley where I live is very flat).
I also wrote a short article on one of the state's airports. One of the biggest airports in the state is in Grand Forks. The Grand Forks International Airport is fourth in terms of traffic with just over 137,000 passengers coming through last year on commercial flights. It does offer flights from both Delta and United, however, so you can get here from just about anywhere in the US or abroad with a stop or two.