I love your passion for your work, Troy. You always give us a different angle on each piece of work you do. Keep up the good work!
PS–Have you kept track of how many miles you guys have made? I’m sure many! 🙂
Thanks Betty! I don’t know how many miles, but it’s more than 20 or 30-thousand.
I love the colors of Kief and Balfour. I live just miles from those little towns and pass them quite often. In fact, my mailing address is Kief, even though I don’t live in town. I used to drive bus for Butte School and Kief was on my route. I was also in the cafe in Balfour when they tore down the elevator. Such a sad passing.
Really neat idea. As one of the earliest contributors to you – you used a couple of my shots from Sanger ND early on – I still get a lot of pleasure following your journeys across ND. Great work, guys!
I remember you, David! Thank you for following.
I’ve been following your travels for some time now. While I live in California, I was born in Minnesota but I grew up in Devils Lake and also had family in York. I have lots of good memories in the Devils Lake and Ramsey county area. Thank you! Love the recent colors!
Thank you for sharing your photography with us. I sure enjoy them. Have you photographed any old buildings around Napolean or Burnstead, North Dakota and all that area? That is where my family lived. I plan to buy at least one of your books.
The animation on the Corner Store in Verendrye (Ghosts of North Dakota) is very nice. Thanks for that. Roy and Millie Howe, the proprietors of the store, were my mother’s favorite uncle and aunt. She stayed with them in Verendrye for a few weeks in the summer as she grew up. As far as I know they got the store in about 1938 and sold out in 1957/1958 and moved to Minot. Thanks again
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