Tag Archives: leelanau conservancy

Vol XXI – #37 – Sister Ships and Whaleback Natural Area

Back in Leland to see what’s been happening. The Japanese Maples are the only trees still holding their color. Found two boats and a building in the Harbor parking lot. Looks like old friends will be spending the Winter together there. Carlson’s Fishery is the latest benefactor to an upgraded foundation. Took a hike up into the Whaleback Natural Area… Read more »

Vol XXI – #36 – 1934 Leelanau Enterprise

I’ll be in Leland with my daughter next week, so expect some posts. The weather looks like it will be in the 40s all week, so it might make for some good hiking. Definitely hot chocolate weather! Today’s post is a throwback to a Leelanau Enterprise dated 12/27/1934. You can see the subscriber name printed right at the top of… Read more »

Vol XXI – #35 – Ursa Minor and Major

I tried out the two new mountain bike trails at Palmer Woods, Ursa Minor and Ursa Major. Minor is an easy and fun 1 mile track, Major is a lot of the same, but three miles. Had a lot of fun riding fast down these trails. Thanks to Chad, doing trail maintenance for Leelanau Conservancy, who reminded me that I… Read more »

Vol. XX – #257- Blast From the Past

(Report by Jim) I apologize for the lack of reports lately, I have had quite a few messages and even phone calls asking if there was anything wrong. Well, Keith is not physically able to do this every day and it’s better that he not have the responsibility. I am in Illinois, but I have begun the process of searching… Read more »

Vol. XX – #256- Teichner Preserve and Lime Lake

(Report by Jim) Teichner Preserve is a Leelanau Conservancy area on Lime Lake Rd. It’s a short third of a mile walk to the East side of Lime Lake, but I made the most of it. During the Spring and Summer, it should be a treat with the boardwalk through the marsh and some possible Blue Flag Irises, which I’ve… Read more »