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Pick City looks a lovely wee quaint place to live must visit it some day
Purchased a lot in Goodrich, ND and was hoping to find some info on RV parks in Pick City with full hookups and info as to where you launch your boat and fishing map of the area.
Have a friend who just moved to this city. Told me about the lake. Just looked at the web sight. I am sold. Great looking town. Quiet, nice, next to my favorite thing to do FISH. I am planing a visit real soon.
I will be working here for the next several weeks. I hope to enjoy your community.
I have worked in No Dakota over the years and met a lot of good people. Beautiful country in the summer. Hello to Dave, Christie,and Candice Wiel.
I was born in Minot and lived in Pick City until I was 5, I still consider it home and we visit often.
many memorys growing up in p.c.
Please have either Pat Galvin or JoAnn Winistorfer email info on how I can purchase a copy of " Who Dealt This Mess? " My dad, Gordon, was one of the brothers Pat dedicated the book to.
This is My Town!
My friend Zachary Sabotouchi recently found out about this nice little place and is very eager to move there and try the fishing when he finishes college! As long as there is plenty of Copenhagen. ;]
A friend just moved there this last fall he loves it there!
I was born and raised in Dickinson, Moved away in 1956 and now would like to have a place to vacation in the summers. I would love to find a waterfront lot. Thank You! firstname.lastname@example.org .
Hi, everyone! Just found out about Pick City, ND. My Grand Uncle was Gen. Lewis A. Pick. My hobby is Genealogy and I have a lot of family history information about him, if anyone would like it.
Hi everyone, I am comming home Aug 4,2010. Party at the quanset on Sat. See you soon!!
I lived,and went to school in Riverdale from approx 1954 to 1960 while my father worked on the Dam. I had school mates that lived in your town. It was a very nice small town.
Looking for walleye fishing and cabins to rent for a week the month of May or June. Any info would be great. Thanks JS
Love the giant cow off the freeway! Had to take a photo! great stuff!
I was concidentally on this page. It´s very nice. You can also visit the page of my hometown: www.hennef-adscheid.de
Beautiful area, wonderful people
love pick a city, looking forward, to visit, please keep me updating on all events..... Have a Happy day.....
Born & raised there,left in 1953 but still home to me. Nice to see all the nice mail.
Born 6July 1940
Really nice little town and I hope to come back on my next US trip.
love to visit someday
I grew up in Pick City. My father owned Zeiszler Grocery.
Just viewing the site at the moment. I might go vacationing there this year.
Pick City reminded me of my Home in Germany quiet and serene beauty, and trustworthy people. Yes to the Hinterland of North Dacota. LOVED BEING THERE
I love the website as I can show people where I grew up. Only until they see the photo do they understand the beauty and the size of the lake. I miss Pick City and Riverdale very much. there is no place like home . . .
Best regards to all of my good friends in Pick City. I hope to see you all again soon. Richard L. Nacamuli
Well i just moved to Flordia couple weeks ago from North-Dakota!! And i have to say it is the best thing even!!
i lived in pick city my senior year, i h ave to repeat the name EVERY time i tell someone about the place! you have a great web site!
god i wish i could live in such a beautiful little quiet town like this,phoenix sucks,mexicans and serial killers is what this city has,it's totally nuts,can i move up there please!!
I was raised in Pick City. My parents Herbert and Meta (nee Bohrer) Mohl were displaced by the Garrison Dam. While I have not lived in Pick City for nearly 50 years I still consider it to be my home. Your web site allows me to show my children and grand-children my "roots"
Just found this site and it brought back some memories graduated from Riverdale in 74
I was just browsing the web when I came across your site. Pick City is of interest to me in that I may visit relatives in or near your fair town some time this year. Thank you for the providing information on your website.
My grandparents are Benny and Betty Sailer of Pick city. My husband and I will be visiting next summer and I thought I'd just take a look at the website. I have lived in New Mexico my whole life and my husband was born here so I wanted to show him pictures of my grandparent home. Thanks
Grew up in Riverdale from 54 to 63 when I graduated. Made many trips through Pick City as I dated a girl west of your beautiful town. Always wanted to spend an evening in the 7-ll club! Somehow the law fround on that! Beautiful site! Thanks for the memories!
hey! i'm currently a senior in high school, and we have an assignment dealing with our life in 10 years... we were told to randomly select any city in the US, so i browsed and came across pick city... i'm actually really looking forward to writing about my "new life" in pick city because my dad grew up and is still an avid fisherman, so "living" here will allow me to follow his footsteps. =) cute place to live. really pretty. ~paige
I was looking at the picture of your city from the website. It looks like a beautiful town. I am about 1 hr 15 minutes North of NYC, and upstate isn't that busy, but I just like your town better by just looking at it. If anyone knows of some properties for sale please email me. I would definately like to see more of your town & North & South Dakota in general. I am tired of NY.
I will be in the area in about 3 weeks. Really excited about visiting the area.
WEll I haven't gone to Pick CIty yet but as Soon as Sumer comes I'm coming down. So People of Pick city get ready!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I would like some fishing and lodgeing info. Winter fishing prefferably.
HI TO EVERYONE! STAYING IN AZ FOR THIS SUMMER, AND GET TO SEE JUST HOW HOT 120 DEGREES WILL BE.
Looks like a really nice town to live in. Looks peaceful
This site was very helpful for research! thanks!
I have the distinction of being the only known person to have been born in the city of Pick City. The year was 1956 my parents were Ervin & Marie Ellwein. My mothers maiden name was Albers. There was far too much snow to make it to the hospital and I was in a hurry to arrive!!!!
hi to all
Visited Pat and Rick Drown a number of years ago. They just flew back to North Dakota today after spending the last ten days in Maine.
remember i stilll rule pick.
I have many relatives that live in Pick City and lived there myself for a year as a young child. It is an awesome place and one of my favorite places to visit every summer. I wish it was closer so I could visit more often. Nice to see this small community has a website so others can see how lovely this town really is.
Looking for a place to retire. I was born and raise in Killdeer and my wife is from Dunn Center. I retired from the Navy in 1994 and will retire from the Federal Government in 2008.
My husband and I have done alot of traveling over the years and lived in many different places. Nothing can compare to the beauty and the serenity that Pick City has to offer. What a great place to live.
hey sorry guys about what i said about pick sict i dident mean it and it wasnt tim it was brenden.
Any suggestions would be appreciated about asking for a campsite at Lake Sakakawea State Park in June.... senior citizens with a large tent looking for a nice week in North DDakota.... thank you....
It was nice to view your city along the Lewis and Lark AOM trail. Thank you, KW
Nice little site. Might stop by this summer. Former N.D. Res.
Dear Folks: We visited our Uncle Lloyd Seilinger and Aunt Shirley Welch a week ago. We love your city and are hoping to move there in the future. Thank you! Laura Pasos and Danny Lounsbury :)
hey i live here, its awesome, and really pretty, and the town is sooo small u cant help but know everyone who lives here, i couldnt imagine living anywhere else
Beautiful picture of Pick City in the aerial view. I grew up in Riverdale, just down the road! I know that Pick City is a beautiful place for fishing in the summer. I have visited the city several times during the 50's and 60's. Most of Riverdale is gone now since the Garrison Dam was completed in the fifties.
Hey I live here and summers are great! I see alot of campers comeing and going so maybe youll see me bye
I was so glad to find this web site. Its funny how you take something for granted all your life and now that Im not near Pick City I look at it and realize what a beautiful place it is. I miss it more and more every day. Hope to hear from some of you "hometown" people Ive lost touch with.
I live in this town and i love it. I want to live the rest of my life here.
Pick City is a great place
I was there when I was just a young girl while my dad worked construction and I have lots of good memories of all the friendly people there. I remember a boy named John that I danced with at a wedding dance and I also remeber Love's used to babysit me. I'll never forget the big tornado that came through and ripped the roof off of alot of trailer houses including the Love's. Hopefully I never see something like that again. If anyone remembers me feel free to e-mail.
Spent two-plus years in Riverdale, across the dam, in the early 60's, long enough to remember pick city, underwood, riverdale, the riverdale hotel, bowling alley, and my 8th and 9th grade at Riverdale Grade & High School, most all of which may now be gone....Glad to see the website tonite...
Glad to see the little town is still there. I grew up in Riverdale and enjoyed going to Pick City to visit friends with my parents Bernice and Dennis Miles. If anybody with pictures of Riverdale or Pick City has any would love to see them in my email. Keep up the good work Pick City! Cheryl (Miles) Johnson
HI PAT, Would you please e-mail me the zip-code for Pick City. I can not find it anywhere. Sure do wish you a Merry Christmas. Thanks so much. Barb
WEATHER DOWN HERE IS JUST GREAT!! HOW IS PICK CITY?
TWO OF MY BEST FRIENDS LIVE THERE
We spent the past two summers in Riverdale and we came to or through Pick City a lot. Dazy Duke's is a favorite stop. The little shops across the street were neat. Barb
We returned to Pick City for our second year of pheasant hunting. What a great place to get away !! Thank you very much !!!!! Skinny and Pat !!!!! Jeremy & Stu
I love Pick City
I grew up in Pick City and am now in the 101st down here in Ft. Campbell. It's always nice to know I can see home 24/7 no matter where the Army takes me. The site is great with information, but more pictures always make a site better. Thanks for getting Pick on the web.
I was suprised to see Pick City having it's own website! Growing up there, I didn't think it would become global! It's a great place to visit and to be able to relax. Hope you enjoy your stay :O)
My Grandfather ran Hammond's Bait and Tackle shop in Pick City. I spent my summer's there in the 1960's. I worked part of the day and spent the rest of the day fishing. I have many wonderful memories of that tiny town. It is nice to see a web site.
I enjoyed your website very much! The different links made it very easy to find the information my family needed. It really helped us plan our camping trip to Pick City. We can't wait to go! Thank you!
I would like to know about the churches in the Pick City area. Which churches are there, and the approximate membership of them. Thanks.
Enjoyed my last visit. Caught lots of fish. Look forward to my next visit this year!
i would like to know if you have rv lots for rent by themonth and prices with full hookups thank you, bill
Nice Site. Say Hi to Odin Anderson next time you see him. Thanks, Eric Anderson
So Pick City has a web site! I grew up about eight miles SW of there, on Fred and Hulda Maas farm. Also got cought in a snow drift on the way home from Minot day before Thanksgiving in 1950. Many "fond" memories. Am now doing genaology research and haave many people from that area in my Family Tree Maker File. Names include Maas, Kruckenberg, Sailer, Richter, Miller, Adolf, Reichenberg, Schulz, Kuch, Isaak, Neuberger,Heine, Huber, Ost, Bohrer, Guenthner, Mohl, Buchfink, Rathjen, Rahn, Kilber, Ziemann and many more. Anyone wanting to know more about these area families or make contributions, contact me.
I hope everyone enjoys the Pick City homepage! I had a great time making a site for my hometown. If there is anything you'd like to see added, drop me an email! Don't forget about me down in Texas, ok? See you on the next visit North!
Your city should be very proud to offer the services to it residents it does. However, your postal code would be a nice addition to the site
Good webpage. Kinda funny that a small town has a website. Keep up the work on it :)
Cool website. I'm glad to see that Pick City is keeping up with the times! Great work.
I am the auditor for the City of Pick City. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.