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North Dakota Magnets
our price: $4.95
2" x 3" ND Magnets with a satin finish. Photographs taken by North Dakota photographer Kari Barchenger. Available in ND Scene with Barn, Bison, USA with Flag and Eagle, ND Flower, ND Horizon with Fenceline, or International Peace Garden Overview.
Beautiful ND landscape photography on 2.25" x 2.25" magnets. Assorted scenes by David Paukert. We'll choose for you.
Beautiful ND landscape photography on a 3" by 2" magnet by artist David Paukert.  Choose from a ND Oil Rig or a Wind Turbine.
ND Mug - Pastime Prints
our price: $10.95
Beautiful ND landscape photography on blank notecards with envelopes by David Paukert.  We will choose an assortment for you. Beautiful ND landscape photography by David Paukert.  Choose Prairie Scene, Sunflower, or Pumpjack. Beautiful ND landscape photography on porcelain ornaments by David Paukert. Choose from Barn, Country
Church, or Prairie Rose (Not pictured).
Choose from Wheat, Sunflower, Prairie Rose, Chokecherries, Bison, or State Outline. We may not always have some of the designs in stock and will substitute. If you do want something specific, please call us for availability. We do have various Holiday designs around certain holidays.
Our Historical Home Sweet Home cookbook features history of those who lived in the house, interesting photos and over 500 recipes. This cookbook makes a great gift or pick up your souvenir copy today. Design is etched on the front and back of the mug so they can be used by anyone whether right-handed or left-handed. The colors of the mugs will vary. Choose from ND Prairie Designs such as Buffalo, Dog, Deer, Elk, and Horse (front & back are same); Home Sweet Home (front & back are different); Minot Air Force Base Designs such as B-52 Fifth Bomb Wing (front & back are same), 91st Missile Wing (front & back are different), Bomber & Missile (front & back are different), and Eagle with American Flag; or Oil Pumpjack (not pictured - front & back are same). We may not always have some of the designs and certain colors in stock. Please call for availability on design or color and if we do not have it in stock, it can be ordered but it may take up to two weeks.
This is the first book ever published on the International Peace Garden. The International Peace Garden, was established in 1932, and is situated on the 49th parallel, the border between North Dakota and Canada. Every year, tens of thousands of guests from around the world come to the Peace Garden where there are over 75,000 flowering shrubs, perennials, and bulbs in the Formal Garden and 6,500 cacti and succulents, along with several buildings and monuments. The book includes photographs taken by North Dakota photographer Kari Barchenger along with a brief biography of sculptor Arthur Norby (Kari's father) who created the Promise of Peace sculpture.