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 »
A miserable drizzly day in the of Delight. The Mische Mokwa left for the islands to pick up the deer hunters. Their was a kite surfer out in Big Blue. This is a day to stay home.
Today the sun did not shine. Heavy wet snow in the air this morning, no accumulation, temperature around 40. Joel Peterson removed netting and gear from the Joy and packed it away till next year.
Today the sun did shine, if only for awhile.
Some day the sun will shine.
Another dark dreary and windy day with snow in the air and Rick is open for business. Tog Shop and Carlsons were also open.
A dark dreary and windy day with snow in the air.
The sun keeps peeking through the clouds. It’s a typical fall day. Lots of muted oranges and reds. It’s with great sadness that we announce the passing of Bob Wellborn. The picture below to the right, was taken in 1961, Beach House toga party.
Again in spite of the miserable wet weather, Fishtown was a busy place to be. The Fishtown Party was well attended.
In spite of the miserable wet weather, Fishtown was a busy place to be. The Cheese Shanty was busy selling out their inventory of meats and stuff. This is the last weekend I think for most of Fishtown business. The Mishe Mokwa headed for islands with deer hunters. Tomorrow… party time in Fishtown… 1 to 3pm.