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)
While winter is raging havoc on the east coast the Land of Delight is enjoying a beautiful day.
Most of this winter’s snow has melted away with the above 32 degree temperatures we had this past week. But as the pictures below show… Winter Ain’t Over Till it’s Over!
Fog moved into the lakeside around noon, blue sky and sunshine returned in the afternoon.
All I can say is… It’s a beautiful day!
February roared over the weekend, with high winds. We are welcoming the longer days. Monday is clear with bright blue skies, and not much breeze. The deer are all over the place – keep your eyes open along the roads.
The weather stations warned of high winds with gusts of 40 mph for downhill from the bluff Sunday. The wind howled overnight and this morning indeed gusted 40+. It seemed that for the most part that the wind was a steady 40+. Today’s pictures were taken from inside the Jeep. At home we are downhill from the bluff and the wind blows… Read more »