Category Archives: Landscapes

Vol XVIII – #327 – Three Inches of New and 32

Woke up to 3 inches of new overnight snow after a heavy rain around midnight . See note below about the Snow Gauge contest. Above is the view out our back door Please continue to send us images from wherever you are in the Michigans. We can always use them. And don’t forget about Follower Friday on Instagram. Just tag your photos… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #326 – Lake Michigan Ice

(Report by Jim) Ice as far as the eye can see from our perch on the clay cliffs North of Leland. Thank you, Neal Cory for allowing us to photograph from his stairs. It looks like you can walk out to the islands, but I don’t think it is all solid ice. Empire Beach showed quite a bit of open… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #325 – Scenes While Out and About

  (Report by Jim) There is always something to see up here. A little splash of color here and there, peeking out of the ice. Although the week has been mostly cloudy, there have been a few minutes of blue sky here and there, peeking out of the ice.  See note below about the Snow Gauge contest. Our Snow Gauge… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #324 – Yucon Denali Memories

  This Mornings Journey to Fishtown brought back memories of our trip to Alaska and Yucon Denali. The weather forecast for this coming Sunday… temperature in the 40’s with possible rain. For everyone wondering what is happening with the snow gauThge contest, we will be announcing a new partner for the first prize soon. We will be sending out an… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #323 – Meggen’s Monday

There is something enormously satisfying in driving an hour on a partly cloudy day, to witness a spectacular sunset. The two photos above are from last night at Point Betsie (by Frankfort). While it wasn’t terribly windy, I was startled by the wind chill (and so was my camera). To see the ice-covered shrubs turn orange-pink as the sun slipped… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #322 – Empire Beach Sunset

For everyone wondering what is happening with the snow gauge contest, we will be announcing a new partner for the first prize soon. We will be sending out an email blast with all the details and a live broadcast. Please continue to send us images from wherever you are in the Michigans. We can always use them. And don’t forget… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #268 – Back to Winter

   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.

Vol XVIII – #267 – October in December

(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 »

Vol XVIII – #266 – A Stiff SE Wind

(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 »