Falling Waters Lodge is being upgraded inside and out with new furniture, utilities and at the moment, a new roof. Looking forward to arrival of family.
The wind howled throughout the night and is still howling. The morning arrived with a beautiful blue sky. The clouds moved in by noon along with falling temperatures. Winter like weather promised for Thanksgiving.
Wind chill on the beach: wear a hat that covers your ears. It’s windy and wavy. Perhaps a little bit of sun today, but feels like late fall in Michigan. I was delighted to see a snowy owl land on a balcony in Traverse City over the weekend (below). … Read more »
Say it again: Wind out of the northwest this morning along with the cloud cover, was just another November 2017 morning.
Wind out of the northwest this morning along with the cloud cover was just another November 2017 morning. Below, pictures from the November 18th, 2014 report suggest that it could be worse.
A cloudy, but not a windy day. Better I’d say.
Another blustery day with winds over 38 mph. I watched the surfers below for about 15 minutes and they never stood up. Some day the sun will shine.
A miserable day for anything outdoors. Thanks to Rick Allen for today’s Leland Report main picture. The clouds made it. Waiting for a “Snow Report” from Leif
Gee, I wonder what I’ll feature on the LR today?
It happens every morning during the season, people come down to Van’s beach, stand and stare out into Big Blue for long periods of time… Morning meditation. Not every morning, but I too stare out over Big Blue. As I look out over the water I find myself engaged in thoughts about the many friends of ours that have passed… Read more »