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Vol XVII – #338 – Meggen’s Monday

We headed north of the 45th parallel this weekend, to check out the blue ice that is pushed up onto shore near the Mackinac Bridge. This phenomenon happens when conditions are just right. Long periods of cold, with ice that has not been exposed to air: when that ice breaks up, there is a blue hue on the lower side…. Read more »

Vol XVII – #330 – The Wind Doth Blowith

The weather stations warned of high winds with gusts of 40 mph for downhill from the bluff Sunday.  The wind howled overnight and this morning indeed gusted 40+.  It seemed that for the most part that the wind was a steady 40+. Today’s pictures were taken from inside the Jeep. At home we are downhill from the bluff and the wind blows… Read more »