Our pictures show a nice day happening, it was at the time, but it didn’t stay that way for very long. Heavy rain began to fall before noon and golf ball sized hail began to cause havoc in parts of the county. The sheriff said the hail dented all of his cruisers and he wasn’t very happy about it. The cherry and apple… Read more »
Fog was on the move at get up and get goin time. Stopped by 2 Jays for a view of the harbor at noon and took a picture of the harbor fog. Not clear as to how nice a day it was.
Last evening a bunch of us old-timers gathered together to remember those we grew up with, partied with and competed with. Don and Marilyn Pendergast were hosts for so many of our exploits at Penwood located at the mouth of the Carp River. Times have changed, Penwood has changed
A great day for a parade! It’s also a great day to celebrate our nation’s independence and consider all that we have to be grateful for.
A great day to go for a boat ride. A beautiful blue sky with occasional puffy white clouds make it a picture perfect day.
A lot of JOY to celebrate today in the Leelanau. Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Adam Furore (Sarah Schaub), married on a “couldn’t be nicer day. The guys below, joyful about the morning catch. And a Joyful Biscuit, happy for a short trip on the JOY.
If it wasn’t for the coolness of the morning, you could believe you were in Hawaii looking out at the surf. Sweatshirt weather, never the less a beautiful first day of July. A challenging day for sailors on Big Blue. Sunny, mid 70’s with possible weather system moving through on Thursday which means a great 4th of July celebration.
Lots of visitors enjoying the beautiful weather that in a few hours will change to rain. A front still on the other side of Big Blue is headed this way. The prediction is for rain starting around 8 pm and ending around 5 am tomorrow. Until then….. enjoy!
Another beautiful cool get-up. one of the amenities we enjoy is crisp clean air. I mentioned yesterday that I would post a couple of pictures of the summer cottage that was torn down on Cemetery Point. The cottage was owned by Edmund and Virginia Ball, ideal for entertaining with panoramic views of North Lake Leelanau. I photographed every room and… Read more »