The Leland Harbor Dredging compressed into a one minute timelapse:
(Report by Jim today) I never jumped off the end of the short breakwall when I was a kid. I’m not sure why. We always swam at the base of the dam. the current would push us downstream and then we jumped off the Janice Sue. When we got shooed off that, we moved to the Joy, but it wasn’t as… Read more »
(Report by Jim today) I think I got it right this year. Last year I posted the winner of the boat parade and got it all wrong. Then I added that boat to this year’s invitation. I know this year is right because I took a video of the presentation tonight. But, we had fun with the mix up. The Leland… Read more »
(Report by Jim today) I got the distinct pleasure of driving up in the immense downpour that plagued Michigan last night and flooded Leland streets this morning. Doing that at night in a construction zone is never fun. I’ve only walked down the beach to Whaleback once in the past and decided to do it today, in the rain. Well, it wasn’t… Read more »
(Report by Jim today) Mrs. Maro has been featured on this blog several times. But I don’t think these other gems were ever put up. Mrs. Maro was the wife of Walter T. Best, best known by his stage name “Maro the Magician”. She helped finance and run the Old Art Building. And, as you can see above from the… Read more »
I was interviewed last week by Jim Caldwell and Fred Rodgers for the FotoBug Podcast today. See it here:
The following entries were the closest to the snow gauge measurement at Leif’s Tileart studio in Sutton’s Bay without going over.
Congratulations and thanks to everyone who participated in this year’s contest! See you next year!
Rebecca Reynolds with a guess of 144″
Rebecca wins a custom made Leif Spork tile with the final snow tally of the season included on it (Design in progress)
Allen Northcutt with a guess of 139″
Allen wins a choice of an signed 11×14 print of his choosing or one of Keith Burnham’s pen and ink prints of Fishtown
Matt Burnheimer with a guess of 135.5″
Matt gets a one of a kind Leland Report mug with his choice of Leland scenes.
(Report by Jim) Filling in this last week lets me go back to all the archive photos I’ve scanned over the years. I scanned the thousand original Erhardt Peters negatives and photos that we helped secure for the museum. I scanned a stack for Marv Anderson and Frank Mead and Walter McCord when he was still with us. The photos… Read more »