There is something awesome about watching the sunlight emerge, casting first the hues of pinks and oranges, then onto the blues of another beautiful “up north” day!
We are in the middle of a series of days that are quintessential Leelanau days: bright, vivid colors, blue skies with a touch of wispy clouds, sunny, enough breeze to sail, warm enough during the day to enjoy being on and in the water or out and about on local trails and dunes, and cool enough at night for a… Read more »
This weekend reminded me of a verse from the theme song so many sing with great joy: “… carefree days, starlit nights, cherry blossoms, northern lights… the afterglow when the sun has set, these are things I’ll never forget…” Venus and Jupiter showed brightly in the afterglow following Friday’s sunset. Later that evening, the aurora showed up.
Continuing a beautiful weekend, celebrating our nation’s independence, and an additional look at honoring Major General Brian Bishop’s long and distinguished career with the U.S. Air Force. Thanks to Linda Lindquist-Bishop for letting us share these photos on the Leland Report! … Read more »
Today is the sort of day outside that defines why we are drawn to be in this place.
The Monday morning haze is melting away to reveal another perfect Leelanau morning. T’storms predicted for this afternoon, however. (Last photo) Jim and family hiked up Empire Bluffs Trail right before the rain moved in. These wild lilies dot the steep hillside
Fog surrounded Pyramid Point, as seen from Good Harbor last night.
Monday morning greeted us with fog. Even so, it is beginning to feel like summer: a touch of humidity in the air, and people visiting at the corner of River and Main eating ice cream in the evenings.
It’s June! 36 degrees this morning, sunny, blue skies. Last night we were delighted to run into Captain Tony Radjenovich collecting alewives for bait fish in the harbor, just before sunset