Let me start off by saying, I have lived most of my life in eastern North Dakota.  However, after spending two plus years in the west, I have noticed several differences between an eastern North Dakotan and a Western North Dakotan.  Culture, mannerisms, even the way they talk.

Some of these differences are subtle, others are as big as a mile wide.

So, let's get to it.  Let's celebrate our differences as North Dakotans.

Surprising Differences Between Eastern & Western North Dakota People


 

 

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