A beautiful day in Lelandtown. Below, there is a bench dedicated to the memory of Bill and Mim Steel at the end of Grand Avenue next to the public access. All are invited to sit and enjoy the beauty of the lake
Artist’s Market is the main attraction here and is a busy place today.
The clouds have moved out after an overnight rain.
The clouds have moved over and rain is on it’s way. Leland is elbow to elbow, bumper to you know what.
A perfect day to celebrate. Happy 80th!
One of the best 4th of July parades Leland has ever had. Norb and Paula Gits were the King and Queen.
It looks nice, but it doesn’t feel nice. 41 degrees and wind out of the northwest makes for a winter day in may.
(Report by Jim today) I stopped off at Leif Sporck’s new shop in Suttons Bay being managed by Susan Alexander. I got to see her glazing some awards to be handed out for a marathon this Summer. If you are in the Holland area, see Leif at the Tulip Festival and tell him we said hi. If you are in Suttons… Read more »
(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 »
Awaiting the arrival of the new dredging boat, crews are laying the tubing along the beach. Seasonal load limit laws are delaying the transporting. A free 2017 Leland Report Calendar is now shipping with all book orders! http://www.artistasylum.com/book/h7b12a9f3#h7b12a9f3