It’s summertime up north! A delightful mix of hot afternoons, icy cold lake water, the Cherry Festival Air Show (which we admired from a boat), rip-roaring t-storms that knocked down trees and took out electricity, and the brilliant sunsets that somehow always follow the storms.
Another day to stay in the shade. The picture taken of Fishtown above was taken at 12:30 p.m. This mornings walk at 8 am was delightful with wind off the lake and temperatures in the 70’s.
A day to stay in the shade.
Our Day was composed with blue sky and puffy white clouds.
Our Day began with rain and was blessed with sunshine this afternoon.
Today is a day about a lot of things, among them, kids, fish and strawberries. A perfect day to tour the county, a beautiful day to visit Fishtown and Kovarik’s strawberry farm.
Sunset cruise in an amphibious car, Sunday evening after the Sunday Night Community Sing at the Leland Country Club. Huge smiles all around – on board the car-boat as well as on the dock.
(Report by Jim) When the atmospheric conditions are just right, you can look out to the West and witness a “Fata Morgana” mirage where the ends of the Manitous appear oddly shaped. This happens in calm weather when a warmer layer of air rests on top a colder layer, causing light to refract and show the same image inverted and… Read more »
A clear and cold morning started our day. Clouds moved in before noon. With little wind and surf, rock collectors had ideal conditions.
A frosty 21 degrees at sunrise, rising into the upper 30’s. Blue sky and no wind gave us another beautiful day. SAD NEWS: Received word of the passing of Eugene Hadjisky (Hadj)