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.
This is an amazing place for sunsets. Wherever you are around here, you can watch the sun melt over the horizon, or the Manitous, or the breakwater, or nearby trees. Breathe a deep sigh, do a hand stand, grab a fishing pole. Above all this weekend: Happy Independence!
(Report by Jim today) How fortunate are we to be here, today? Crowds have arrived for 4th of July, so Van’s Beach is hopping. But it’s nice to know (be related to) people who still have relatively untouched (and secret) sections of beach that you can get lost on on a day like today.
Fishtown was bumper to bumper, elbow to elbow and not the place to be.
A trip to the Big City by the Bay with barns along the way. Power has been out since noon, just returned at 6:30.
The blue has moved east and rain returns. Fishtown is a busy place.
The rain has moved east and blue returns. Fishtown is a busy place.