After yesterdays near 50 degrees temperature, todays high of 26 felt like 26 below. This hasn’t been the coldest nor the snowiest winter this part of the world has ever experienced, it’s just been too wintery. Being “too wintery” becomes a factor the closer I am to 85 years old and that’s less than a month away. The wind is… Read more »
The day began with fog and rain drops with the temperature rising, nearing 50 degrees with clearing skies at noon, then with increasing cloudiness early afternoon began to rain again. Not a bad day after all.
Sometimes, if you wait for it, the sunset becomes spectacular for a moment as the light ducks between the clouds and water. The red-breasted merganser and the gull were hanging out in Leland harbor yesterday.
Our Sunday began with a broken sky sunrise and a new inch of snow cover. Sunshine at noon gave way to clouds in the afternoon.
Our Saturday began under a cloudy sky and began to blue around noon. Many out-of-towners here to visit the winter beauty of Fishtown and North & South Beaches.
Our day began with clearing in the west. We are saddened to report the passing of Amy (Mimi) Chatfield, 96 years young. The “Queen of Leland” will be dearly missed.
Another sunshiny day and forty degrees. It doesn’t take long for Big Blues ice cover to disappear.
What else can you say, except, that it’s a beautiful Day. . .
Every once in awhile you wonder what you’re going to take pictures of. . .
Blue skies today, though it was a mere 18 degrees at sun-up. Today’s photographs are from Saturday, when JP and I went to Empire and watched as icebergs drifted by with the current, far out in the lake beyond the shoreline ice. We also checked out the Dune Climb, where a handful of people were taking advantage of the great conditions…. Read more »