We have all enjoyed visiting Fishtown to see the roofline lights over the last week, illuminated in celebration of Fishtown Preservation Society paying off its initial mortgage. Congratulations to FPS and all who contributed over the last dozen years! I went out Friday night to take another round of photos of the lights, and noted a serious wind chill coming… Read more »
(Report by Jim) Today’s Report is from Rick Allen, one of our long-time followers. You might have seen son Elijah’s drone videos and photography. Below is some video from kiting a couple days ago. You might have noticed a break in the Report over the last week. Keith is getting over a bout of pneumonia and cleaning up some leaking… Read more »
There is something magical about a glass-calm winter’s day. It might not stay calm, but the reflection along the water becomes rather pronounced. I believe we are off to a “normal” (school-in-session) Monday.
We were invited to visit the work being done at Falling Waters and were impressed. The rooms have been upgraded and exterior structural work now being done bringing the lodge in first class condition for this seasons opening.
It was a cloudy beginning to what turned out to be a perfect afternoon with temperature in the 60’s and sunny sky.
It was a banner weekend up north! Shipping traffic on the Manitou Passage is back. Ever wonder which ship or freighter or tug you’re seeing, way off in the distance? My go-to website for that info is ais.boatnerd.com. Have a great and sunny Monday.
With the temperature in the 50’s, no wind and sunshine, Fishtown looked like summertime. The view from St. Wenceslaus always a winner.
50 degrees and melting. Fishtown was busy with visitors as well as the north and south beaches.
A beautiful sunshine day, mid 40’s and the snow isn’t melting fast enough.
Sunshine, Sunshine, Sunshine!