It began grand, but didn’t stay that way.
It was a beautiful day mid-week last week when the aurora was out.
Today is actually a good day to stay away from the areas that are being harvested. The Clay Cliffs area being one of them. There are a lot of out of town visitors here because of the weather, hopefully they will be careful.
There are a lot of folks from out of town enjoying the Wine Tour.
Today wasn’t the best day to take pictures. With wind and rain, it wasn’t very pleasant. Going down to the beach the wind sounds like a train roaring through. All in all it could have been worse, not as bad as the weather people predicted.
The gale warning flags are flying in anticipation of strong coastal winds for Leelanau County and South along the lakeshore. Yesterday the forecast was for gusts up o 60 mph, today, maybe 40 or so. The power company has crews positioned in the county to service any lines down. There are a lot of stressed trees in the county from the… Read more »
The Leland Report salutes our veterans, especially those who are no longer with us. Walter, born on this day in 1918 was a close friend and mentor. The General and I shared some stories together that I will always cherish. Gone, but not forgotten.
The day began inside a cloud, but as the morning progressed it became a another beautiful Leelanau day. Rain and wind are promised for Thursday and Friday
It’s another crystal-clear blue day, and mild for November. Sunday was perfect to take a leisurely drive the way all the way to the northern tip of the peninsula to the Grand Traverse Lighthouse, with a mandatory stop along the way at Mr. Kilcherman’s Christmas Cove Farm. The collection of bottles is nothing short of phenomenal. And the apples… Read more »