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one possible man-camp cabin 005 – Fisher Location – Arnegard North Dakota – 2013-07-03
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Tim Evanson Inside a man-camp: Taking a look at a sample room in a mobile home set up as a man-camp.

Man-camps can house anywhere from 200 to 2,500 individuals. A lot of are around 500 to 1,500 beds. Oil workers, almost all of them single males in their 20s and 30s, are the target homeowner. Man-camps can take numerous forms:

– Some are unlimited little plots of concrete, on which a teardrop camper is put. Each trailer is hooked up to water, drain, and electricity.
– Some are mobile homes, with small 12 x 15 foot rooms with bit more than a shower restroom, tiny desk, coffee pot, and little closet. Each space is hooked up to water, sewer, and electrical energy.
– Some are manufactured houses, with small 12 x 15 foot spaces with little more than a shower restroom, small desk, coffee pot, and little closet. Each room is connected to water, sewer, and electricity.
– Some are a series of manufactured cabins, with small 12 x 15 foot rooms with little bit more than a shower bathroom, small desk, coffee pot, and little closet. Each cabin is attached to water, sewage system, and electrical energy. Bigger cabins sleep two per room, however the majority of are singles. However, the cabins are nearly always duplexes.
– Some are single-story dorms, with little 12 x 15 foot spaces with little bit more than a small desk, coffee pot, and little closet. Some dorms have shower restroom in each space, however some have big, shared showers and toilets at one end. Each dorm room uses water, sewer, and electrical energy.

Some man-camps supply a “” dining hall” “where a buffet meal is served for breakfast and dinner. Some also offer an “” home entertainment hall” “with a number of big-screen TVs, numerous computer game terminals, lots of DVD and blu-ray players, and so on. But some provide somewhat more cooking ability in the space (via a microwave, warmer, or kitchenette), and do not supply common dining. A a great deal offer no home entertainment whatsoever.

Progressively, public drunkenness and driving under the influence are motivating counties in North Dakota to strictly regulate man-camps. Man-camps, in turn, are providing more on-site services for the citizens, such as entertainment halls. This keeps homeowners on-site, rather of driving around intoxicated or getting into trouble.

Normally speaking, a single room like this at a man-camp can go for,200 to,500 a month. More costly man camps can run,700 a month. (Single-family two-bedroom homes in the area can opt for,500 a month or more.).

At the Fisher Location farm (part of the Evanson family farm) in McKenzie County, North Dakota, east of Arnegard and west of Watford City.

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Title: The Southern states of North America: a record of journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland
Year: 1875 (1870s)
Authors: King, Edward, 1848-1896
Subjects: Southern States — Description and travel
Publisher: London : Blackie & son
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Big Pigeon valley; and away to the south andsouth-east stretches the chain of the Richland Balsam. The dry and pure air of Waynesville gives new valueto life; the healthy man feels a strange glow and inspira-tion while in the shadow of these giant peaks. The townis composed of one long street of wooden houses, wan-dering from mountain base to mountain base. It has atrio of country stores; a cozy and delightful little hotel,nestling under the shade of a huge tree; an old woodenchurch perched on a hill, with a cemetery filled withancient tombs, where the early settlers he at rest, andan academy. There is no whir of wheels. The only manufacturingestablishments are flour-mills located on the variouscreeks and rivers, or a stray saw-mill; while here and there a wealthy landowner is building an elegant home with all the modern improvements. Bynine oclock at night there is hardly a hght in the village; a few belatedhorsemen steal noiselessly through the street, or the faint tinkle of a banjo

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The Carpenter —A Study fromWaynesville Life. 48 <S NOTKS FROM WAYNESVILLE. and the patter of a negros feet testify to an innocent merry-making. TheCourt-House of Haywood county, and the Jail, both modest two-story brick-structures, are the pubHc buildings, the Jail having only now and then aninmate, for the county is as orderly as a community of Quakers. The Mar-shal, as in most of these small Western North Carolina towns, is the power whichmaintains and enforces the law. No liquor is sold within a mile of the townsboundary ; some lonely and disreputable shanty, with the words BAR-ROOMinscribed upon it, on a clearing along the highway, being the only resort for thosewho drink spirits. The sheriff, the local clergyman, the county surveyor, andthe village doctor, ride about the country on their nags, gossiping and dreamilyenjoying the glorious air; nowhere is there bustle or noise of trade. The countycourts session is the event of the year ; the mail, brought forty-five miles overt

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