The Wildflower Rescue team will be on hand this weekend at the Village Green with a lot of Trillium for sale. Both Upper and Northern Lower peninsulas are under an extreme fire watch and No Burn Rule is in effect. Some rain is expected this week.
We have been enjoying an outstanding several days of mild temperatures, clear skies, and lakes as calm as glass.
The aerial photo shown above was actually taken 12 years ago on May 19, 2004. If I could take flight today I venture to say… it would look exactly to same. The county is blessed with a fantastic show of cherry blossoms.
Another beautiful day in the Leelanau. The stillness of the air presented Big Blue with a mirror surface perfect for Blue Stoners. But no rock collectors were on the beach.
Jim and I were interviewed by Colleen Wares, WTCM radio, in the Big City By the Bay this morning at 11:30 am EDT. We talked about the Leland Report book that has just been printed and will be available here in Leland in June. Jim by telephone and I of course in person. I was fortunate enough to find a… Read more »
Sport and commercial fishing are what Fishtown is all about. Always a nice sight watching the boats head out to Big Blue. Tune into AM580 Friday at 11:30 EST, we are going to be talking with Colleen Wares about the Leland Report Book. You can also listen live online
Overnight temperatures were below freezing for most of the Upper/Lower. Cherry blossoms are the main concern when it drops to below 30 degrees. Last year, grapes took the hit. The forecast is… nicer days are on the way. It looks nice and is starting to feel nice.
One heckava nice day, I’d say. If you like a day with a heckava blue sky, then you would love today.
One thing about cool temperatures is that flowers last a long time, which is delightful! Top photo today was a result of searching for northern lights and finding moonlit clouds instead. Thirty-second exposure: the streak on the horizon on the left side is the 767′ Cason J Callaway heading north.
Brrr… Winter returned with wind out of the north and near freezing temperatures with snow showers. The sky opened up around noon and turned a beautiful blue. Fishtown looked picture postcard good except there were no visitors. Sunday afternoon on a sun shinny day in May and there ain’t nobody there.