A nice place to sit and remember all the good times and wonderful Leland relationships we had spending our summers here and not forgetting how important those relationships were, especially with those no longer with us. With great sadness we report the passing of Therese Gits Larson this afternoon, she was 89 Memories of 1941 at the Beach House (Therese,… Read more »
The morning started out much like yesterday with clouds and wind. The weather hasn’t kept visitors away from Fishtown and for that matter the rest of Leland. Unfortunate for those who have rented space for the week, it’s been a bad weather one. The forecast is for warming up and partly cloudy the next 5 days.
The morning started out much better than what the day became. It was a rainy day in Leland Town. To all subscribers: You may have noticed new advertisements on the left side column. Although I’ve resisted selling ad space for many years, it is going to help our bottom line and allow us to keep publishing the report. The… Read more »
(Report by Jim today) Anyone driving down M22 South of Leland this morning may have seen me down in the poison ivy and reeds taking photos of the sunrise. Anyone who was paying attention saw a great cloud show that carried over into Fishtown. Lunch at Happy Hour and a trip down to roaring brook caps off a pre-barbecruise-day afternoon
This week is the last week of Sailing School at the Leland Yacht Club, our grandkids, Meredith and Daniel Burnham along with Biscuit and the rest of the crew sat for a group picture. Our power outage lasted approx. 46 hours, not bad considering that the prediction was for Thursday at 4:00 pm which would have meant about 90… Read more »
(Report by Jim Burnham) Waves on Lake Leelanau were getting too much for tubing, so we took the kids out on the big lake this afternoon. Waves were perfect for body surfing. I thought the sailboat leaving the harbor was taking their chances, but after I got the photo home and looked at the name, I realized they knew what they were… Read more »