devilslaketourism

Devils Run parade takes on a new angle!

Devils Run parade takes on a new angle!

The Devils Run parade (held June 2 in downtown Devils Lake) took on a new “angle”. The parade, always a good time, was even more fun… well, at least for me! Thanks to the Devils Lake Fire Department I was hoisted 100 feet in the air to photograph the cars in the parade. The parade […]

28th Annual Devils Lake Volunteer Fire Department Ice Fishing Tournament

It’s January 28th. I have found my snow pants, boots, hats, ear wraps, finger and feet warmers and bundle up. This is the first year that I will be fishing the ice fishing tournament and I am heading out with my friend Amanda Klemetsrud. We head down towards Six Mile Bay and are stopped about […]

ShiverFest 2012

Working on the upcoming ShiverFest event has put me in the mood for snow. Yes, I said the “s” word. Looking through the pictures from events past makes me reminice about all the events I took part in, or watched cheerfully – most of the time with a hot chocolate in my hand. I think […]

My friends at ND State Tourism came to visit!

I was lucky enough to have North Dakota State Tourism take me up on my offer to come and visit! Katie and I took them around Devils Lake for a couple of days, and WOW… did we have fun! We started off the morning with an aerial tour of Devils Lake (Thanks Rodger!!). Devils Lake […]

Devils Run

I have to admit, I don’t know much about cars. In fact, I don’t know anything about cars, except they get me from point A to point B. And I’m fine with that. But you have to admit, looking at classic cars is pretty cool! This was my second year attending Devils Run. It was […]

A Spring Pick-Me-Up

Spring is a wonderful thing, but it can be a bit challenging in North Dakota. One day it can be 70 degrees and the next day it’s snowing! The weather forecast for this upcoming weekend doesn’t look all that promising so this morning I decided I needed a spring pick-me-up, so….I’m on the hunt this […]

High Winds on Devils Lake

Devils Lake – October 2010. I am just wondering, if the lake rises 2 feet or more this spring, what will the roads look like then?