(Report by Jim) There was sun today! Didn’t see it? I almost didn’t, either! I went down to Sleeping Bear Dunes to see if anyone was sledding, found a few post-christmas sledders and some blue sky. It didn’t last long, however, but it was enough.
(Report by Jim) Christmas Evening. Sunset views from two locations, South Beach (above by me) and the Clay Cliffs (below by John). Cold out there, but you stay as long as it takes to get the shot. Merry Christmas!
“Heap on more wood!–the wind is chill But let it whistle as it will, We’ll keep our Christmas merry still.” -Sir Walter Scott Merry Christmas from our families to yours!
Hopefully Winter wants to be Spring.
This was the weekend to launch into the holiday season, including, for many, a trip to Kolarik’s Christmas Tree Farm. We noticed that many neighbors also took advantage of the mild weather on Sunday, to pick up leaves. Now we are ready for winter!
Thanksgiving is history and all is quiet in Leland.
Temperature in the forties, snow is gone, waiting for the next system.
(Report by Jim) Holly Pop is at the Old Art Building today and tomorrow. Stop in and get some holiday goods and make some cool crafts with “Leland Gal” Maggie! There are still some cool ice sculptures out on the Breakwall. Will be mostly gone by the end of today, though.