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North Dakota State Flower

In the state of North Dakota, the beautiful Prairie Rose grows on the side of highways, pastures, and they create gorgeous meadows! Since we are preparing for the Holiday seasons, we thought we could share a great way to gift the joy of homemade goodies!

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Fun Facts About North Dakota:

  1. Milk is the official state beverage.

  2. The piles of rock on White Butte, North Dakota’s highest point, are known of as rock johnnies or sheepherder’s monuments and according to legend were piled there by sheepherders as a way to pass the time while they tended their flocks.

  3. The Lewis and Clark expedition encountered their first grizzly (brown) bears in North Dakota.

  4. North Dakota hosts the largest French fry feed.

  5. The world's largest Holstein Cow statue is 38 feet high and 50 feet long and is visible for 5 miles.

  6. Turtle Lake celebrates turtles, hard-shelled reptiles often found in the water. Turtle Lake has erected a two-ton sculpture of a turtle near the entrance to the city. The town is the home of the annual United States Turtle Racing Championship.

  7. President Theodore Roosevelt first came to Dakota Territory in September 1883 to hunt bison. Before returning home to New York, he became interested in the cattle business and established the Maltese Cross Ranch and the Elkhorn Ranch.

  8. Killdeer Mountain Roundup Rodeo is the home of North Dakota’s oldest PRCA rodeo.

  9. North Dakota grows more sunflowers than any other state.

  10. The town of Rugby is the geographical center of North America. A rock obelisk about 15 feet tall, flanked by poles flying the United States and Canadian flags marks the location.

That's all for this week, we hope you enjoy stitching the beautiful recipe card, and look forward to our next release! Until next time, Happy Creating and Happy Sewing Everyone!


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