Churches of the High Plains is a 120 page, hardcover, coffee table book featuring photos of churches, both active and abandoned, across the High Plains of North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Manitoba. Churches of the High Plains is part travelogue, part photo essay, and all history appreciation, and includes comments from the photographers, historical tidbits, […]
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After getting suggestions from several people that we start doing videos again, we decided to ease back into it and we did just a little bit of video on our trip over Memorial Weekend. We stopped doing videos some years ago, mainly because there are only two of us, and when we go on a […]
Bucyrus, North Dakota was decimated by a wind-driven wildfire on October 17th, 2012. Nearly all of Bucyrus was lost in the fire. Thankfully, two dozen residents of Bucyrus were evacuated before the fire and there were no injuries. However, Bucyrus’ residents have lost their homes and possessions. We spoke with Adams county emergency management and […]
We returned from our first full-fledged trip of the summer yesterday. It’s been tough waiting for some dry weather in what has turned out to be an extremely wet spring, but we chose to take a trip — weather be damned. And we dealt with rain for the whole day. From Fargo, we traveled to […]
As of this writing, Rat and I have just completed our longest ghost town trip ever. Two days, eight counties, sixteen towns, four tanks of gas, and 1058 miles. This is a brief summary of the trip. We left Fargo at 7am on I94, met up in Mapleton with our documentary film crew, Dave Grant […]
The home pictured here is the former home of the Opp family in Lincoln Valley, ND. Lincoln Valley was the first really inspiring true ghost town we ever visited in North Dakota. We spent hours trudging around in waist-high grass (got covered in wood ticks in the process), taking photos of what remains of this […]
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