(Report by Jim) Nice to see a spinnaker out. You rarely see these out anymore. This M-Scow was moving fast downwind and that’s exactly what you use them for. I took the photo above on a bridge somewhere around Muskegeon, I think. I’ve passed this many times over the years and never had a good sky until now. So,… Read more »
While Meggen was up participating in the 61st Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk (above), Biscuit and his humans were participating in the 20th Annual Leland Bridge Walk.
Leland as well as Fishtown and all the beaches were elbow to elbow. Cars everywhere. Even the river had people.
A rainy day the first day of September.
A beautiful last day of August. After a cool 57 degree beginning, summer 81 degrees.
Thousands of customers out of power with restoration Friday, today was almost a perfect day. Happy 16th birthday to our grandson Daniel
Yesterday at dinnertime, another thunder and lightning storm roared through with winds gusting to 65 mph. Thousands out of power, many until Friday. Happy birthday to our granddaughter Meredith! Jumping into 15!
An overnight rain storm roared through the Leelanau with 75 mph winds and torrential downfall. Fallen trees greeted our morning trip to town. More of the same forecasted for tonight.
On Saturday, I headed over to Good Harbor beach (651) because it looked like the northern lights just might be putting on a display. It was also cloudy with an almost-full moon illuminating the night sky. It was a quintessential up north evening, with a calm Lake Michigan, and a perfect moment for a beach bonfire and conversation. I… Read more »
All the beaches were busy as well as Fishtown.