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Vol XV #277 – The Day Before the Last Day of the Year

I couldn’t make it to my usual destination, South Fishtown, because of the depth of snow… so I ventured over to South Beach.  I walked in the footprints of previous visitors.  That’s probably the way I will travel on foot for the rest of the winter, walking in other peoples footprints. The Leelanau County Road Commission gets our applause for the great job… Read more »

Vol XV #275 – Meggen’s Monday

Reflecting on a mild sunset in late December, accompanied by the kind of wind chill that makes your eyes water. According to the weatherman, this afternoon we’re supposed to see snow. This morning I startled the herd above. Below are a few photos of the model trains set up for the holidays by the Northern Michigan Railroad Club: several rooms full… Read more »

Vol XV #262 – Raindrops, Snowflakes, Sunshine, Clouds and Pockets of Blue

A dark beginning to the morning with a light rain and later, large snowflakes.  Around noon, peek-a-boo sunshine with billowing white clouds becoming overcast and then cloudy.  Biscuit and I arrived in Fishtown to the sound of pounding waves against the break wall.  What kind of a day is it?…  It’s an Everything kind of day.   Click here to enter… Read more »

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