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Anyone on here live in north dakota

Discussion in 'Personnel' started by Tyler d4c, Aug 22, 2020.

  1. Jumbo

    Jumbo Senior Member

    Nov 12, 2010
    Black Diamond WA
    Noticed your name; are you related to the Lunds who did a mass migration in the late '50s early '60s? Several hundred came out about then to work for Boeing. My grade school was 50% Lund, what a mess for the teachers. Best Lund story I ever heard was about 30 years ago, many went back for a family reunion, when they got there, the heat, flies were overwhelming. Two I knew didn't even stay for the reunion, they got there one night,and left the next morning for land with moderate tempretures and no flies. When the two brothers told the story at lunch, the whole crew was in hysterics with all their animation.:D
  2. farmerlund

    farmerlund Senior Member

    Nov 22, 2014
    Farmer/ excavator
    North Dakota
    Nope, no relatives in the north west. There are plenty around this area that i am not related to. Seams like half of Scandinavia must have ended up in ND, MN. LOL
    old-iron-habit likes this.