Ramble On- Heading Back to the Bakken

  Leaves are falling all around, It’s time I was on my way.  Thanks to you, I’m much obliged for such a pleasant stay.  But now it’s time for me to go. The autumn moon lights my way. Despite the continued heat, the signs that summer is drawing to a close are apparent. I actually […]

6 Tips For Choosing A Camper Lot

  The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, it seems that spring has officially begun and as things begin to warm up in North Dakota many families are considering pulling up roots and heading to the Bakken oilfield to look for work. Some families will be lucky enough to be provided housing by the […]

Oilfield Camper Life: A Man’s Perspective

If you read my last post you will remember that I had been told that I had fractured my elbow. Thankfully, after two trips to the orthopedist they found that it was in fact not fractured. Unfortunately, it still hurts a great deal and I will soon be starting physical therapy to regain my range […]

7 Not So Fabulous Things About Living In An Oilfield Camper

  As promised, here is the second part of my post series on the great and not so great things about living in a camper in the oilfield. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love being able to be here with Jacob and as I mentioned in my previous post there are some really awesome […]

7 Things I Love About Oilfield Camper Life

    I’ve been back in North Dakota for about six weeks now and I’m finally starting to settle into a routine. I’m feeling more and more comfortable with camper life every day and I’ve really been thinking about all the things I love about living in an oilfield camper. So, for today’s post, I […]