A beautiful beginning with the promise of blue sky and warming temperatures. The early afternoon blue turned to gray, never the less… a beautiful day.
In spite of the occasional downpours, Fishtown was a busy place. It was standing room only for lunch.
The old house in the picture at the top was the featured on the Leland Report, February 8, 2002. A number of years ago it fell down or was knocked down and is has been lying in a pile for awhile. It’s another beautiful day here in Leelanau County.
One of those days that you want to sit by the fire and watch the “Master’s”. Today’s pictures are from mid-morning after an light overnight snow which recovered the ground after the last overnight snow melted. The most irritating thing about today is the wind gusting out of the southeast at 22 to 28 mph and the temperature at freezing. I made my… Read more »
A beautiful, but cold day, Fishtown became alive with visitors. Reflections, Carlson’s Fish Shanty and Dave’s Cheese Shanty were open for business and customers they had. In spite of the degrees, the picnic tables were occupied. Rain and snow are forecasted for tomorrow, the winter of 16/17 continues.
The leaves should be turning soon and maybe by next weekend the leaf peepers will have something to peep at. Below, the museum is showing progress with it’s new addition.