From the writers at The Grand Forks Herald.
On summer evenings, Gordon and Millie Dalik from Winnipeg sit outside their trailer home in the East Grand Forks campgrounds and watch the sun go down.
They stay the 14 days allowed in the campgrounds and then go home. They keep coming back as long as the weather holds out. In the winter, they make a longer trek and spend three months in Arizona.
The Daliks, who are retired, love their lifestyle. He bikes around the trails that lead him to the bridge crossing to Grand Forks. She gets in their van with the license plate “Oh Dear” and goes to meet him in the 32nd Avenue shopping area.
The Daliks have been coming to the Grand Forks area since the mid-1970s. They keep coming back. They are among the many Canadians expected around here this weekend, since Labor Day also is observed as a holiday north of the border.
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