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Vol XVII – #149 – Meggen’s Monday

  Cloudy today… and you know that it is approaching Fall when the sun comes up later and later. Saturday was superb this past weekend – an inviting day to be out on the Manitou Passage.             

Vol XVII – #143 – Meggen’s Monday – Eclipse Day

  The sunset mid-week last week caught the light through the Fresnel lens at the Cannery at Glen Haven. It’s this sort of alignment, with light shining through a transparent object at just the right angle, that brings to mind another alignment that many will seek to see on Monday: the solar eclipse. (Meggen is in the totality zone today,… Read more »

Vol XVII – #142 – Great Clouds On a Great Day

The end of August and it’s not as busy, as it is in many states, school is about begin.  The girls at Carlson’s Fish Shanty are headed back to college and Biscuit is going to miss them.  Parking places are easy to find.  Can Fall be far behind?         

Vol XVII – #141 – Little Toot, the Little Tug that Could

  The day began bright and cheery after an overnight rain.  Behind the tug is a 92 ft. cruiser out of Florida.  I had hoped to take a better picture of it, but it left the harbor before I returned at noon. A beautiful day in our neighborhood.