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This feature is part of WTIP North Shore Community Radio's Moments in Time series.
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Art Fenstad is a descendant of a North Shore fishing family. A lot has changed since Art's ancestors immigrated here in the late 1800s. One thing that's very different these days is the weather here on the shore. Art's family kept detailed records, and winter here used to be much more severe. In this edition of Moments in Time, WTIP North Shore Community Radio's Barbara Jean Johnson shares Art's story of winter ice.OUTRO:
That was Barbara Jean Johnson with WTIP North Shore Community Radio, online at wtip.org. Support for this feature comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Support for this feature comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.