Home » Harbor Vol XVII – #015 – Sands of Time Keith Burnham April 13, 2017 7 Comments on Vol XVII – #015 – Sands of Time NEWS! Read the history behind the Leland Report Book Read the latest stories from the road by Jim Burnham Report #5850 Photo: LR_4-13-17 6:00 am ~ 34° ~ Cloudy ~ N NW at 3 mph ~ Humidity: 86% Sunrise is at 7:02 am ~ Ave. Low is 31° ~ Record Low is 11° (1950) 1:45 pm ~ 48° ~ Mostly Cloudy ~ Wind: East at 7 mph ~ Humidity: 57% Sunset is at 8:26 pm ~ Ave. High is 53° ~ Record High is 79° (1941) Moonphase: Waning Gibbous ~ Pressure: 30.41 in ~ Dew Point: 33° ~ Visibility: 9 Miles Daylight: 13 Hrs 21 Mns Forecast for 4/13/17- AM Shower – High: 46° – Low: 37° South Beach is getting wider and wider. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
So very cool that Leland now has there own dredge! Biscuit is watching for his fishsausage….:)
Does the dredge belong to the Fishtown Preservation Society or some other Leland entity? Will it be stored there permanently? Can it be leased by other nearby communities (Northport, etc.) that might need to deepen the entrance to their harbors?
Leland folks get a deep draft harbor (happy happy) and North shore folks get a wider beach (triple happy) And downstaters and many others can access Big Blue with their boats this season. Everybody’s happy. All he best to all.
The sand is being sent south. Maybe north in the future 🙂
Isn’t the sand being sprayed on South Beach??
It’ll be back., but you’re better prepared, now.
The dredge was featured on Morning Edition this morning