Tag Archives: reflections

Vol XVII – #023 – Diversions, Reflections, Cheese, Spörck and Snow

(Report by Jim)  In celebration of Fishtown opening up for the season, I am going back in time to the incredible record snow of 2013-14. This is what it looked like IN MARCH. We predicted an average if not low year that season and boy, were we off. The winner of the contest won with the highest guess out of… Read more »

Vol XVI – #220 – So Clear You Can See Forever

    A beautiful clear day with comfortable temperatures, just right for getting  Biscuit back into our morning routine.  I just have to keep him from jumping and running to safeguard the stiches.  The 2017 Leland Report Calendar is now shipping! New low price!  Look for the Book and Calendar Bundle here:  http://www.artistasylum.com/specialty-items/e5b7837c1  

Vol XVI – #214 – A Mostly Cloudy Day With a Moment of Sunshine

The tourist season is winding down, but there still are a number of people visiting Leland.  The sun peeked out for a couple of minutes, but for the most part, a cloudy day.  Reflections is open and the shoe store above has it’s 50% off sale continuing tomorrow.  Fishtown Preservation is also open along with the Dam Candy Store.  The 2017 Leland… Read more »

Vol XVI # 035 – Fishtown Reflections

  Rick Lahmann, proprietor of Reflections, a many talented man. Piano player, photographer and Fishtown merchant.  Reflections is open for business. As the clouds began to move in with tonight’s rain, it became obvious that the sky was going to be the picture subject matter.        Mrs. Elizabeth “Betty” Wood Gould Poole, 95, of Metairie, LA and Leland, MI passed away… Read more »

Vol XV #168 – Another Beautiful Day in the Land of Delight

The Server was doing it’s job this AM when I got up and by 8:30 am I posted yesterday’s Report.  Around noon it failed again, but it’s up and running now.  Today is one of those picture postcard days with indigo blue skies and puffy white clouds.  This is a wine tasting weekend and Boathouse Wine had a front yard… Read more »