Tag Archives: pandemic

Vol XXII – #47 – April in Leland

  Back in Leland for the next week or so. I went down to Van’s Beach to see if the dredging was starting, but nothing is set up yet. Our resident porcupine decided to spend the day outside on the limb of his home. I went out to take a closer look and saw him waddle slowly back into his… Read more »

Vol XXII – #46 – The Leland Reporter is 90!

Technically, this was yesterday, but we had everyone possible in today in person or on Zoom. Keith Burnham turned the milestone age of 90! In honor of this auspicious occasion, you get a pic of Fishtown and Van’s Beach (pre-snowstorm). If you are looking for a cute AirBnb, look for The Cherry Cottage on M204. You’ve all been very good… Read more »

Vol XXII – #45 – Pandemic Poems

This is a call of a personal nature today. Feel free to share. I’m trying to raise money to help my nephew TJ replace his car. He’s had some bad luck over the last couple of months and is trying to keep everything together. One thing that would help immensely with his life is replacing an old Impala with 205k… Read more »