Vol XVIII – #39 – Meggen’s Monday

Report #6200 Photo:

 

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Life Saving Station at Glen Haven: at one time, these tracks ended much closer to water’s edge, and were used to launch rescue boats.

Vol XVIII - #38 - Started Out a Rainy Morning
Vol XVIII - #40 - Stay In Your Lane

 

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Life Saving Station at Glen Haven

We are in for a beautiful Monday. Glimpses from Sunday’s hike in the park with Capt. Joel Petersen, who spent Saturday setting nets out of Leland. 

Dutchmans Breeches-2432

Dutchman’s breeches on the Windy Moraine trail

 

 

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Judy in Grand Blanc
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Judy in Grand Blanc

Great pics Meggen! Thanks!

Shirley Fredrickson Ches
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Shirley Fredrickson Ches

I wondered about the tracks too – actually love seeing descriptions or labels of where, what, I’m looking at…. Some are lost in the mists of my mind as my childhood was so long ago. Others, I just never knew, so don’t know what I’m seeing, Even so, I must say, the pictures are always absolutely GREAT! SO, thank you for my daily dose of Leelanau County.

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Catryna J Loos

What are ( or were) the train tracks for??

Mississippi mudws
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The tracks were to carry lifeboats from their sheds down to the shore, I think on wheeled carts.