Category Archives: Lake Michigan

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 »

Vol XVII – #210 – Off to the Islands

  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.