Kirkland man takes collection to the extreme
KIRKLAND – Walking into Mike Fisher's Kirkland home is like stepping into a miniature Native American museum.
Every room is decorated with Native American-themed art and artifacts – rugs, statues, wall hangings, dream catchers, dishes, plates, pictures, knickknacks, clocks. He even has a 1956 Native American-themed coloring book and a 1977 whiskey decanter. A lighted curio stands in one corner, opposite the "teepee table" – two porcelain teepees with back lights that illuminate the figures inside.
"It's pretty amazing," said Charlotte Swanson, who has known Fisher since the second grade.
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