Afterglow on Good Harbor beach: the water was warm enough to linger in, not much breeze, a great time to enjoy the National Park!
The number of visitors has declined as families return home.
It’s not often you find all the charter boats out on the lake. Below: Greater Downtown Leland before the doors open.
It’s amazing how many cars and pick-up trucks drive in heavy fog without headlights on.
HARD ALEE by G.B.Dent When wind and wave suddenly change their track; And a luff in your sail says you’ve lost the course. Do you challenge the gods with a windward tack ? Or turn your back and run with the force ? Sure an even keel gives the tiller man rest, As billowing clouds fill the… Read more »
How’s the fishing? That’s what a lot of people ask Joel Petersen, captain of Fishtown Preservation’s Joy. This time of year, when the water is warm, it’s a little slower (this is normal). It’ll pick back up in the fall. Photos by Meggen last week, while on vacation.
Another Barbecruise is in the history books. Fishtown and as a matter of fact Leland, are not as busy this first Sunday in August. Bartholomew Park was almost cleaned up this morning.
(Report by Jim) Another Barbecruise is in the history books. The Leland Yacht Club awarded the float “Country Club Vs. Yacht Club” the coverted Mermaid Flag award. Good friends and great food. Always fun to see everyone.