The Lights in Fishtown are generating a lot of buzz these days. They’re certainly worth seeing in person if you’re around; they’ll be illuminated from 5 pm to 10 pm nightly through January 6th. Fishtown Preservation decided to decorate with lights this year — a first — and did so in honor and recognition of Keith Burnham’s contribution in… Read more »
22 degrees at sunrise. One inch of snow on the ground. We still have calendars left, get yours here: https://www.burnhamgraphicarts.com/specialty-items/e5b7837c1
22 degrees at sunrise. Both Falling Waters and the Leland Lodge have lots of weekend guests. We still have calendars left, get yours here: https://www.burnhamgraphicarts.com/specialty-items/e5b7837c1 SAD NEWS DEPT. It is with great sorrow that we report the passing of our nephew William Seeger.
(Report by Jim) 45 degrees and rain this morning down to 32 degrees and snow. Welcome to Michigan. I set up a baited log on the porch this week for some birding photos and after the wind knocked it down yesterday, the black squirrels found it. Happy to have filled in this week! See you in February. We still have calendars… Read more »
(Report by Jim) A wicked SE Wind brought warm air and rain to Leelanau all day today. The surf on the West side was nill, but on the East side it was predictably rough, these being taken just north of Northport. The ice below was at Leelanau State Park. Appropriately, we went and saw Aquaman tonight at the IMAX in Traverse… Read more »
(Report by Jim) There was sun today! Didn’t see it? I almost didn’t, either! I went down to Sleeping Bear Dunes to see if anyone was sledding, found a few post-christmas sledders and some blue sky. It didn’t last long, however, but it was enough.
(Report by Jim) Christmas Evening. Sunset views from two locations, South Beach (above by me) and the Clay Cliffs (below by John). Cold out there, but you stay as long as it takes to get the shot. Merry Christmas!
“Heap on more wood!–the wind is chill But let it whistle as it will, We’ll keep our Christmas merry still.” -Sir Walter Scott Merry Christmas from our families to yours!
Above… Christmas 1937 Below… Christmas 1947