The next couple of days probably will be on the wet side according to the experts. There were a few moments of sunshine, but clouds ruled.
On the cool side but a very nice day in the Leelanau. We went to the Big City by the Bay this morning with our student driver, granddaughter, Lauren Burnham. She did a fine job.
An overnight thunderstorm cleared the air and our morning began as another spectacular Leelanau day. We received a shipment of “Leland Report” books and delivered them to Leelanau Books. Sold 4 books before we could unload the box.
The day began as forecasted… Scattered showers and windy overnight, cloudy and calm early morning. 3:00 p.m. it poured, 3:45 pockets of sunshine. Interesting clouds.
It’s a beautiful last day in May. Memorial Day weekend turned out pretty nice in spite of the earlier forecasts last week. Below is the “Welcome to Summer” party at the Cove yesterday. Today continues the great Weather with the possibility of rain tomorrow.
Happy Memorial Day! Today we gratefully remember those who served, and deeply honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Leland town is hopping with activity. Across the Manitou Passage, North Manitou Island was also a beautiful place to be. Lilacs there are in full bloom. In the hours before the Manitou Island Transit arrived, the green space near the ranger… Read more »
With the exception of a brief sprinkle, Leland was blessed with some sunshine for the Wildflower Sale. Lots of visitors in town, parking hard to find. Below in front of the Dam Candy Store are my granddaughters Lauren and Shea. What kind of a day is it?… A nice one.
We have been enjoying an outstanding several days of mild temperatures, clear skies, and lakes as calm as glass.
Another beautiful day in the Leelanau. The stillness of the air presented Big Blue with a mirror surface perfect for Blue Stoners. But no rock collectors were on the beach.
One thing about cool temperatures is that flowers last a long time, which is delightful! Top photo today was a result of searching for northern lights and finding moonlit clouds instead. Thirty-second exposure: the streak on the horizon on the left side is the 767′ Cason J Callaway heading north.