Tag Archives: fall color

Vol. XX – #209 – Guest Post by Mark Smith

(Report by Jim and Mark) Mark Smith might not need an introduction to many of you, he is not only our neighbor to the North on Lake Leelanau, but he is also the first short story you see when you open our book, The Leland Report, 15 Years in the Leelanau Peninsula. Mark is an Instructor at Northwestern Michigan College… Read more »

Vol. XX – #182 – Meggen’s Monday

Fall has arrived, along with its clouds to capture an amazing play of light in the late afternoon, in between rain showers. The maples have started to turn that sweet read in earnest. Salmon are attempting the annual jump up the dam in Leland, to the chorus of “ooh!” from onlookers. Today, the Joy’s crew pulled the last two nets… Read more »

Vol XIX – #213 More of Fall

(Report by Jim) On the way back on my last trip, I stopped by the High Rollaways. I’ve posted a few photos from that morning. Here are some more. I made it a point this year to get to Leelanau at peak color, and I believe I missed it early by a week. But there was plenty of color to… Read more »

Vol XIX – #212 Fall Behind Tonight

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