Vol XVI – #221 – Reflections and Stuff

Report #5693 Photo: LR_11-5-16

Lr 11-05-2016

.6:00 am ~ 52° ~ Fair – Wind: W SW at 5 mph ~ Humidity: 86%
Sunrise is at 8:28 am ~ Ave. Low is 34° ~ Record Low is 22° (1991)
 3:15 pm – 67° ~ Fair ~ Wind: West at 7 mph ~ Humidity: 52%
Sunset is at 6:25 pm ~ Ave. High is 50° ~ Record High is 60° (2000)
Moonphase: Waxing Crescent ~ Pressure: 29.55 in ~ Dew Point: 46° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles
Daylight: 9 Hrs 57 Mns
Forecast for 12/6/16 – Partly Cloudy – High: 61° – Low: 48°

Vol XVI - #220 - So Clear You Can See Forever
Vol XVI - #222 - A Day To Reflect Upon

Joy1-5-16

Another beautiful clear day with record breaking temperatures.  

Boxes11-5-16Biscuit11-5-16

 

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Judy in Grand Blanc

Great pics again Mr. B!! Biscuit looks rather handsome in his t-shirt! Oh yes, what are the boxes for/ Other than just being cool looking boxes! 🙂

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Dean Girl

One more sign Leelanau really doesn’t need. Soon it will have reflector tape legs and an adopt-a-highway docent attached to keep it up. Ohhhh liabilities prevail.

Jim Burnham
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I can tell you from personal experience, the south breakwall has a portion that is tricky and there have been people who have gotten hurt. I don’t think the idea that “if you hurt yourself, it’s on you, not us” can be implied out there. I agree though, that it’s a huge sign, but a necessary message to protect the harbor.

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Biscuit seems happy to be surveying his kingdom. So good to see him out & about 😊

Dick, in Rankin
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As much as I like Keith’s landscapes, I enjoy his “abstracts”.