Every once in awhile there comes a day when you just don’t know what to take a picture of, so you just take a picture of something. Here is Biscuit assuming the pose that made him famous on Leif’s Biscuit tile.
A special moment as the sun rises over Fishtown. The sailboat could have had a little more wind to sail home with, but what a beautiful morning it was. Wow!… and if you had planned a wedding on Van’s Beach in late September, how lucky can you get. Congratulations to the bride and groom.
Another special moment as the sun rises over Van’s Beach. I think it’s obvious that this is where the day begins for Biscuit and Me, next stop… Fishtown. A special treat today was our journey through the vineyards of Chateau Fontaine.
Another one of those Leelanau days with an overcast beginning and the sun returning in mid-afternoon.
I wonder how many people remember that when Ozzie Cordes owned the Mercantile, there was a hardware department in the basement. At least I think it was in the basement, it’s been a few years ago. Looking for something of interest I took a picture of the “Merc” because it looked so nice in the morning sun.
Up north skies at the approach of fall…
Another day dominated by the cloud formations in the sky.
It started out as a rainy, then cloudy morning with incredible formations. The surfers were out taking advantage of Big Blue with a north by northwest wind. A healthy downpour fell on Leland around noon and then the sky became partly cloudy with bright blue patches. It was great day in Leland Town.
Biscuit and I stopped by Leith’s shop to check on “Biscuit Tiles” and found they had been “sold out”. Leith has returned home from a 3 week stay in Norway and is making new ones to fill the demand. Below, another compact car parked behind Falling Waters.