Category Archives: Lake Michigan

Vol XVII – #233 – Meggen’s Monday

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 »

Vol XVII – #226 – Meggen’s Monday

  Cue a few lines from Richard Bach’s Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a short story featuring a brave and persistent young gull, which Bach wrote in Leelanau’s Port Oneida farm district. So this gull could be distant kin to the ones that inspired the story. I can see why watching seagulls is satisfying (or watching them watch me, as was the case… Read more »