Category Archives: Fishing Tugs

Vol XVI – #135 – The Day Began Perfect

  And then the sky turned gray because rain is on it’s way.  At least we hope it’s on it’s way.  Unfortunately there is a meteor shower tonight.  The Leland sidewalk sale in progress.  Busy times.   

Vol XVI – #134 – Wine a Bit… You’ll Feel Better

Another one of those day after day days.  We passed the time away this morning as we always do, on Van’s Beach.  There were times in the past that we referred to the beach as Hall’s Beach or Taylor’s Beach. This afternoon, Biscuit and I made a visit to Chateau Fontaine, one of our favorite stops. 

Vol XVI – #090 – Meggen’s Monday

Today started off with a magnificent clear sky. A perfect summer day. Yesterday, I explored Fishtown from the water. The first two photos are mermaid moments. Then, last night we kicked off the summer with the first Sunday Night Sing. The third photo honors a line from a favorite tune: “…the afterglow when the sun has set, these are things I’ll never… Read more »

Vol XVI # 076 – Meggen’s Monday

    This Monday morning started off overcast and drizzly. The weekend was absolutely beautiful, however, with displays of cloud patterns worthy of pausing to look. Yesterday the Joy returned right away, having encountered strong northwest winds and rolling waves. By the time the sun’s afterglow graced the harbor, however, the night was completely still.  

Vol XVI # 052 – AM 580 On Your Radio Dial

   Jim and I were interviewed by Colleen Wares, WTCM radio, in the Big City By the Bay this morning at 11:30 am EDT.  We talked about the Leland Report book that has just been printed and will be available here in Leland in June.  Jim by telephone and I of course in person.  I was fortunate enough to find a… Read more »

Vol XVI # 033 – A Rainy Sunny Day

A interesting day in the Land of Delight’s weather, the sun was shinning and it was raining.  Biscuit and I stopped by to see Leif at his Fishtown Shop.  No doubt about it, Leif has developed into one of Leelanau Counties favorite artists joining the likes of Fred Petroskey, Gene Rantz, Ken Scott and so many others that we are… Read more »