It was a great Oilfeild lodge in North Dakatota during the bakken boom
Supply, Service and Logistics Attendant (Former Employee) – Williston, ND – May 7, 2018
Get up every day for a 10-12 hour shift for a month straight, then be off of work for 2 weeks. I learned how to live on my own and also a lot of about food and the oil patch. Management was perfect and every department played its part so the oilfield works were happy staying at the lodge. Work place culture was simple and felt like home. Since, we lived at the lodge during the one month on the place and people felt like home, filled with friend's and family. The hardest part is being away from home and family for a month at a time. The best part was I learned how to be off out of my parents house, learned to be a man, and free food and housing, along with overtime was nice.
Overtime, free food, free housing.
After the oil feild collapsed the place closed down and was relocated