Vol XV #181 – The Grapes of Chateau Fontaine

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.  

Vol XV #179 – First Day of Fall

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.     

Vol XV #175 – Leland’s Heritage Day Was a Very Nice Day

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.   

Vol XV #174 – Friday Started Out Cloudy and Rainy

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.    

Vol XV #173 – Barns and Stuff on a Hot September Day

Biscuit and I decided to wander out into the county and look for photo opportunities outside of Fishtown.  I’ve photographed these barns many times, but.  Anyway, returning to town I spotted this ’75/’77 IH Scout parked by the bridge.  I had one just like it, roll bar and all.  Brought back a lot of Leland memories.  Jim Burnham could share a… Read more »