Hard to believe that 2017 is right around the corner, but it’s just weeks away! Amidst the “Mom’s House Project” this fall, I managed to get a few things into Old Mission Gazette’s online store, including several 2017 Photo Calendars.
And if you order in the next few days, you can still receive things by Christmas.
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Here’s the rundown on a few things currently available for purchase in the online store (check them all out here):
2017 PHOTO CALENDARS (See them all here):
You guys know I take a LOT of photos during the year, and many of them end up as my “Photo of the Day” posts. They’ve also made their way into my 2017 Photo Calendars. ONE NOTE: Make sure you set the “starting month” as January 2017:
- Barns of Old Mission Peninsula – Could your barn be in here? Click through and find out! There are so many cool barns on the Peninsula that it was tough to choose which photos made the cut. Lehto’s, Ted Ayers, Debbie Bee’s and “Walt’s Barn” are a few.
- Horses of Old Mission Peninsula – The OMP is home to so many gorgeous horses, and I love taking pictures of them. Horses from the Chowns, Lenny Ligon’s, Johnson Farms and more are included.
- Old Mission Peninsula Icons – This calendar includes lots of great OMP icons, like the Old Mission General Store, Mission Point Lighthouse, Hessler Log Home and Sullivan’s Fruit Stand, one of the oldest farm stands on the Peninsula, just north of Mapleton on the left.
BUMPER STICKERS (See them all here):
I’ll probably add a few more of these sturdy vinyl bumper stickers before the end of the year, but the ones available right now include:
- OMP Oval Bumper Sticker (single, 10-pack and 50-pack)
- “Keep Calm and Go to Old Mission” Oval Bumper Sticker (single, 10-pack and 50-pack)
- “Hessler Log Home Construction” Bumper Sticker (single, square)
- M37 Bumper Sticker (single, square)
M37 COLLECTION (See all items here):
This collection is based on the M37 road sign (a.k.a. Center Road) and includes all sorts of fun things, including T-shirts, mugs, hats, tote bags, phone cases, pillows and lots more.
HESSLER LOG HOME COLLECTION (See all items here):
This collection is my attempt to be clever with the Hessler Log Home, located at Lighthouse Park. I created a logo for the fictional “Hessler Log Home Construction” business, owned by proprietors Joseph and Mary Hessler, who, of course, actually DID build the Hessler Log Home back in 1856.
My dad, Walter Johnson, was one of the people responsible for saving, moving and restoring the log home, so it’s been a part of my family for a while.
Look for more fun things to show up in Old Mission Gazette’s online store in the coming year. I’ve got LOTS of ideas.