Today is a little bit brighter. Perhaps that is what springtime is all about: incremental opening up. Blue sky is peeking through here and there. It’s a bit above freezing.
Blue dominated the sky this morning playing host to a few lingering clouds continuing for the rest of the afternoon. In spite of the temperatures being in the lower 20’s, the sun managed to melt half of the last clipper snow, just in time to make room for the next clipper. Received an Email from Biff Steel with news that… Read more »
Even when it’s gray and rainy, this area offers up beautiful views. When the sky is almost the same color as the water (in fog or in bright sun), we call it an “infinity day” – it’s hard to discern where one ends and the other begins. The past couple of days have been bright and sunny: great for trudging… Read more »
(Report by Jim) Easter Sunday is cold and cloudy, but at least it isn’t raining. On the way back from St. Wenceslaus this morning, I saw this group of seagulls chillin’ on the roof of a nearby barn. There is always something to see here.
Blue skies and puffy white clouds make for a picture perfect day, it’s the first day of Spring.
A clear and cold get-up. Beautiful blue in the sky makes up for it. A trip down French Road brought back memories of early Leland Reports. What kind of a day was it?… A Leelanau kind of day of course !
Everyone is remarking about how nice this winter has been so far and then “you know we still have April to go and you’ll never know how much snow will fall”. Ya never know.
Another one of those days like yesterday. A lot of visitor traffic in Fishtown and as a matter of fact all over. The only snow around is in plow piles. Some concern about too early temperature rises, probability of freezing and it’s effect on cherries and grapes.
At noon the Land of Delight was bathed in sunshine and thoughts of Spring. Sadness: below the Leland Toy Co. is having it’s close out sale.
Today’s pictures are revisits to familiar places with nice cloud formations. What is special about today is the temperature which is 66 degrees. The snow which has dominated our landscape is disappearing rapidly. The downside: One of the better iceboating seasons coming to an end, berging probably not an event as well as any activity associated with snow and ice. One year… Read more »