A year-long diary of observations of the seasonal changes in Eustis's northern Michigan home.
In Notes from the North Country, O. B. Eustis observes and records the seasonal changes of the north country from his home in northern Michigan. Each observation in his year-long diary reflects a special insight about nature. He writes about those he has come to know so well—the deer and duck, mink and skunk, sparrow and chickadee. He writes about pussy willows, Juneberries, lilacs, and goldenrod; and he writes about winter's hardship, spring's blooming, summer's storms, and fall's first snow¬—truly a love affair with nature.