Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Vol XVI – #314 – Meggen’s Monday

Sometimes a gray day can have a spectacular finish. This was certainly true yesterday for sunset fans and many football fans.    Profits from any upcoming sales of the 2017 Leland Report Calendar will go towards the Harbor Dredging fund.  The Leland Report/Leif Sporck Snow Gauge Contest has closed. Good luck to everyone who entered!  The 2017 Leland Report Calendar… Read more »

Vol XVI – #273 – Meggen’s Monday on Tuesday

Happy Tuesday-after-Christmas! Dedicated to the two swans in the harbor this morning; friends and family; sunny skies; and thank-you notes.   The Leland Report/Leif Spork Snow Gauge Contest has begun. Go up to Extras->Contest or click on to see rules, prizes and enter your guess! The 2017 Leland Report Calendar is now shipping! New low price!  Look for the Book… Read more »

Vol XVI – #271 – Merry Christmas

We got everyone here at once in one way or another.  A very Merry Christmas from our family to yours. And yes, that’s a Leland blue 😉 Photos by Jim Burnham   The 2017 Leland Report Calendar is now shipping! New low price!  Look for the Book and Calendar Bundle here:  

Vol XVI – #174 – Meggen’s Monday

This morning, we had clear skies overhead, now decorated with a few puffy clouds. Today’s second and third photos are iPhone “shots over the bow,” at sunset last night and late afternoon Saturday. These days have been and continue to be pure delight!    

Vol XVI – #150 – On the Sunnyside of the Dock

Normally the pictures for the report are taken in the morning or at noon, today mid afternoon after a long session in the Big City By the Bay.   Incredible cloud formations all day which waited for me to get back home. Great to catch the Cove’s water taxi in motion.  What kind of an afternoon was it?… Great!     … Read more »

Vol XVI – #149 – On the Way Back From Suttons Bay… Farms Along the Way

  To Suttons Bay and back this morning for a pre-op physical.  Going to have cataract surgery early next month, I really don’t know what the Leland Report will be, hopefully son Jim can make some magic happen from central Illinois.  Joanne and I enjoyed lunch at the Cove, always a pleasant experience, especially the service.