Monthly Archives: October 2018

Vol XVIII – #207- Meggen’s Monday

Muted tones over the weekend with overcast skies. Lots of oranges and golds are showing up at the “past peak” time. Monday’s skies are blue: if you’re in town, get out and take a look around! Note: The 2019 Leland Report Calendar is available for purchase (pre-sale) at the following link:  https://www.burnhamgraphicarts.com/specialty-items/e5b7837c1                … Read more »

Vol XVIII – #206- Last Boat Trip of the Season

  (Report by Jim) Note: The 2019 Leland Report Calendar is available for purchase (pre-sale) at the following link:  https://www.burnhamgraphicarts.com/specialty-items/e5b7837c1 Meggen Petersen suggested one last sunrise photo trip down the Cedar River in her 1958 Dunphy. The sun did not materialize like we hoped. In fact, it started raining on our way back. But the scenery was still spectacular and… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #205 – Revisiting Kehl Lake and Pierce Stocking Drive

  (Report by Jim) Note: The 2019 Leland Report Calendar is available for purchase (pre-sale) at the following link:  https://www.burnhamgraphicarts.com/specialty-items/e5b7837c1   Last time I was up at Kehl Lake up near Woosley Airport was May after the last major snow of the year was running off. The lake was really high and the boardwalk at the end was practically submerged…. Read more »

Vol XVIII – #204 – An Omena Color Tour

  (Report by Jim) A color tour today with my daughter. It’s past peak in most of the places we were in. Omena Point Rd still had a beautiful tunnel of trees. Tomorrow, Meggen and I will head down Pierce Stocking drive, but this is the first time I’ll be going there with color. M22 Barns, Mmmmmm Biscuit says hi to… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #200 – Meggen’s Monday

Sometimes, on an otherwise overcast day, the sun pierces through. It’s worth the wait. Sometimes, too, the reflections are as enjoyable as the leaves and trees.                                                                    … Read more »