WILLISTON, N.D. – A lot of people are curious about what daily life is like in Williston during the oil boom.
Here’s a peek at what I see every day in Williston.
My apartment building is in a part of town that’s developing rapidly. Every day I see a new crane or new building project that wasn’t there before. It’s exciting to watch the progress.
This is one of the left turns I make every day. Sometimes it’s backed up like this, sometimes I coast right through. There doesn’t seem to be a rush hour – it can be busy at any time of day.
As a car-owner, I’m in the minority. I also have one of the few North Dakota license plates in the parking lot of my apartment building.
This was the line at Subway at 8 p.m. on a Sunday. The pop cooler and cookie case were wiped out.
Curious about another aspect of daily life? Let me know what you’d like to see and I’ll post it in a future blog entry.