Another great book by Bob Cary and pilot Jack Hautala
This is the story of Father Frank Perkovich, the Polka Mass Priest, as told by his friends. Father Perk, as he is known to his friends is one of the most unique and real individuals you could ever hope to meet. He has inspired thousands with his genuine love for people, his kind nature, and his dedication to reaching people through his Polka Mass. This book describes his journey and the charming effectiveness of his Polka Mass. This book will be loved and appreciated by people from all walks of life. “Go in peace, love the polka.”
Dorothy Molter – The Root Beer Lady – by Sarah Guy-Levar and Terri Schocke
A fresh look at Dorothy’s life from the people who operate her museum in Ely, Minnesota. This new book includes new stories and long-forgotten photographs and Dorothy’s famous Christmas letters, also available for purchase here. As a bonus, you will also be given, in this book, Dorothy’s very own root beer recipe for the brew she happily gave to canoeist who stopped by in the hot summer’s gone by. Those who were lucky enough to have met Dorothy remember her kindness and generosity and welcomed her cool refreshing Root Beer after a long hot paddle in Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
This new book about Dorothy is almost as refreshing as her Root Beer!
The “Energy Power Shift” is a revolution made possible by a host of exciting new emerging technologies. This is a must read for anyone who drives a gasoline powered vehicle, who heats their home with electricity or fuel oil or natural gas, or uses electircity from the current grid; in other words, everyone.This is an excellent book by Barry J. Hanson that explains why we do not have to be dependant upon foreign oil today. Renewable energy with exisiting technologies mean we do not need foreign oil or nuclear energy. Barry Hansen makes this perfectly clear.Mr. Hanson brings to the renewable energy discusssion a broad understanding of energy with a formal educaiton in chemistry and work experience as a project manager with serveral consulting mechanical engineering firms. Mr. Hanson was introduced to the political realities of energy issues as a citizen lobbyist and activist on behalf of environmental causes in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
“Laconic phrases came out of Mike Hillman in a natural North Country Poetry. Mike then digressed — all good storytellers digress — to tell me, offhand and by the way, on of the most affecting small-town stories I’ve ever heard. In Mike Hillman I thought I had stumbled upon the soul of Ely, Minnesota. He is a tenacious and able man of the north. In the spirit of his forebearers, he can do anything he sets his mind to — even if it’s something he’s never done before. Ely should always belong to prople like Iron Mike Hillman, who realize that lakes are the eyes of the earth; people who know enough to thank the Great Spirit for the rice harvest and to tread lightly on the portages.” Charles Kuralt in Charles Kuralt’s America — the introduction from Mike Hillman’s book.
A Read and Color Story Book