Tag Archives: sailing

Vol XX – #082 Never Get Tired of Floating

(Report by Jim) As the weather was especially beautiful this week, we are continuing with the floating theme. Yesterday was a sunset float on a 70s Cape Dory sailboat in Suttons Bay. Most of today was installing a new radio in my boat. Fortunately, the weather was gray. What a great week of weather! We also found out that because… Read more »

Vol XIX – #124 – Sunday Birthday

(Report by Jim) Water was glass on the North end of Lake Leelanau this morning, so I took out the kayak for a few miles. That was my workout for the day because the wind picked up and I was battling it the whole way back. Also, nothing makes a sailing trip as satisfying as having to make minor repairs… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #118 – Sailing Day

  A nice day for a sail with friends. Made it all the way to Robinsons Bay from the North end in an hour when the wind just decided to go somewhere else. Dead calm and a mile from home. Being close to sunset, we were running out of time to get back up to the North end when who… Read more »

Vol XVI – #202 – Meggen’s Monday

Monday morning and thunder! It still feels like summer. We haven’t winterized the boat yet… Sunday was beautiful on Lake Leelanau! The 2017 Leland Report Calendar is available for pre-order! Shipping around 11/5! New low price!  Look for the Book and Calendar Bundle here:  http://www.artistasylum.com/specialty-items/e5b7837c1  

Vol XVI – #144 – The World Champions

Dark skies and treat of storms began our day.  The forecast for thunderstorms didn’t deter this group and the races continued.  Congratulations to the winners.  Actually they are all winners.  In the upper right of the above picture are a group from Canada Below, Sam Hearn and his son received the Submariner Award.