Vol XV #219 – Meggen’s Monday

Sunrise, sunset… a canopy of fall clouds makes a light-catching backdrop both just after sunset last night and just before (an earlier/more normal-feeling) sunrise this morning. Those who were driving anywhere just after 7 am were treated to an array of pinks.    

Vol XV #216 – A Nicer Day Than Yesterday

Indeed, a much nicer day than yesterday.  The 10 day forecast is calling for some pretty nice weather with the exception of tomorrows 90% chance of rain.  Still a lot of color, both in the trees and on the ground. Time change this weekend, I really don’t know why we have Daylight Savings Time.  Being at the west end of the… Read more »

Vol XV #215 – A Blustery Day

  A dark and windy beginning along with showers… ugh  Not so for Elijah Allen above.  I nearly got blown away by a gust of wind on Van’s Beach.  40 years ago, Oct. ’75, on a much nicer day than today I took the picture below.  Today it’s just an open field barren of structures. My apologies to Dave, I’m not focusing today

Vol XV #213 – Cool, Quiet and Calm

A very nice morning, quiet and calm at Van’s Beach.  Surveyors determining the lake level, taking advantage of the flatness.  Beautiful Fall color muted a bit by the light overcast.  Fishtown is closing down with the exception of Reflections, Leif’s Tile Shop and Carlson’s Fish Shanty.     

Vol XV #212 – Meggen’s Monday

  It’s grayer and cloudier today than it was yesterday, when I joined the many people out cruising M-22, taking in the richness of fall color. I traipsed up the Dune Climb, hoping to see more from that elevation. Along about that time, clouds rolled in. All told, the fall color of 2015 has been delightful, and perhaps continuing longer… Read more »