Tales of the Old North Shore
This book is why Howard Sivertson is called "the Norman Rockwell of the North Shore." In his third collection of paintings and stories, the award-winning artist tags along on the sometimes daring, often humorous and always poignant adventures of these folks who called the North Shore and Isle Royale "home."
Along the way he raises (and answers) the questions:
- Why is that vow in the boat on the cover?
- How can you build a washing machine in the wilderness?
- What draws the lumbering "Snoose Moose" to greet the ship Dixon when it docks in town?