Young Harold and the Gannett
Two of Clyde's drinking companions are pictured enjoying a social drink on the front step of Harold Naugle's house in the late 1970's.
At the time of this painting, Young Harold was recovering from an workplace accident. (Note the crutches to the left). "The Gannett" was given his nickname because of his sharp, bird-like features.
Unfortuntately, both of the gentlemen depicted in the canvas are now deceased. This painting captures a distinctly Maritime scene, and is one of Clyde's most popular paintings in Eastern Passage.
(N.B. There is some debate locally as to whether Harold and the Gannett are enjoying a jug of local brew, or the infamous "Golden Glow" hard cider).