Vol XV #254 – Meggen’s Monday

We have a mild and gray Monday today. At Mr. Burnham’s request, we are featuring photos of bowls turned from trees downed during the August 2 storm. Members of the Northwestern Michigan Woodturners Club are turning these bowls from sections of hardwood trees that fell that day, as a way for neighbors and those in the community to commemorate their… Read more »

Vol XV #251 – River Views

A mostly cloudy morning slowly became a mostly sunny day and what a nice calm day it turned out to be. A few damp and rainy days are behind us with hope that the next precipitation will be in the form of snow flakes.  Due to the warmer than normal fall, we weren’t surprised when our granddaughter found a tick on Biscuit… Read more »

Vol XV #248 – A Rainy First Day of December

Today’s snow report from Suttons Bay is 34 inches shy of one year ago.  Most folks around here would prefer snow to this rain.  The 10 day forecast has temperature highs in the forties.  Meteorologists are predicting that this year’s El Nino event might be the most significant on record and is likely to lead to extreme weather events around… Read more »

Vol XV #247 – Meggen’s Monday

  Today’s photos are from a special event that took place on Saturday. It is a privilege to grab the camera and head out the door with the intention of photographing a bald eagle – and know that you’ll actually see one. Wings of Wonder’s Founder and CEO Rebecca Lessard released “Miracle Boy” after describing the treatment her organization provided… Read more »

Vol XV #246 – There’s No Joy in Fishtown

Today was forecasted to be mostly sunny to partly cloudy and indeed it started out that way only to be completely overcast by noon.  Along with there not being any JOY in Fishtown, there is no sunshine.  In spite of Thanksgiving Day being rainy, it was a wonderful day to be with our families.     Don’t forget about 20% off everything… Read more »