PEAK, N.D. — On foggy or snowy days, drivers on the rural 121st Avenue Southeast figure their location from Wade and Dianne Hatcher’s barn. The couple put a Nativity star on the east wall about 20 years ago.
The barn is old — perhaps older than 80, but neither Wade nor Dianne know for certain. It was a cow barn and has a stanchion for milking. The hay loft is like an upside-down ark.
By Lee Morris, Valley City Times-Record
, August 06, 2009
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