This 130 page book gathers for the first time, photographs of the essence of the creations of Charlevoix’s legendary builder in stone, Earl A. Young. For fifty-five years from 1918 to 1973 Earl took thousands of rocks and boulders left by the retreat of the glaciers and transformed them into more than 30 imaginative dwellings called the ‘Mushroom Houses’. This book “captures the power and delicacy, the whimsy and delight of Earl’s work” says David L. Miles. Newly expanded version which includes a bird’s eye view of the houses using drone photography, providing the reader with a unique view of how Earl Young wanted each home to fit within the topography of the land.