There is always a lot of jubilation coming from the fishing buddies when they arrive in the morning. Today I asked Captain Anderson and his crew member to join the fishermen with Biscuit for a photo. I certainly enjoy being a part of the Fishtown scene and to be able to share the morning with them. We return to Fishtown … Read more »
. A word of caution to our local and summer folks, watch out for careless drivers of automobiles and bikes. Especially the bikers who ride two feet inside the driving lane when they have 4 feet of shoulder. With summer traffic heavy in both directions it doesn’t really seem very smart to make a statement about who owns the road. … Read more »
A cool and rainy get-up after an all night rain. A good day to go fishing and it was for this family this morning. Fishtown was a busy place
Joanne and I joined with our Leland neighbors to congratulate Major General Brian Bishop and his wife Linda on his retirement from the United States Air Force and welcoming them back home. Also Happy 78th Birthday to my wife Joanne, love ya. Life is good!
Bumper to bumper, elbow to elbow, it was that kind of a day in Leland. Oh and later in the afternoon, the Thunderbirds, wing to wing. They came over my head so fast I couldn’t take a picture. It was a wonderful day.
Mother Nature wasn’t too kind to the Fishtown Preservation crowd last night, but a good time was had by all. Mother Nature didn’t do much better today, but Fishtown was crowded with visitors.
Not the nicest day for a Fishtown party. Some raindrops in the morning and cool foggy air in the afternoon, but the show must go on.
One of the rewards of doing the LR is meeting people like this group of fisherladies returning from a successful trip out on Big Blue. Biscuit enjoyed a boat ride with my granddaughters Shae and Lauren on a beautiful Leland day.
Sunshine arrived this afternoon and another Leland Day..
On June 22nd one of our favorite Leland couples celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary. Bill and Mim have been Leland summer residents since 1947, when they rented the house behind Van’s Garage before moving in 1950 to their present home on north Lake Leelanau at the end of Grand Avenue. Bill and Mim Steel spent their last summer here in… Read more »