From lumber to legend: Delivery during snowstorm helped fulfill sea-faring dream

December 11, 2010 at 6:00 pm in INFORUM

Thirty-seven years ago this month, during a snowstorm (if you can imagine a snowstorm in December), an important delivery was made: a load of lumber.
That 1973 shipment was unloaded at a shipyard in a community not exactly world-renowned as a ship-building center: Hawley, Minn. Continue Reading