Overnight thunder and lightning with a short pause in the morning introduced a rainy day. In spite of the rain it was another crowded day in Leland.
A beautiful day for a tour of the country side. With great sadness we announce the passing of Jeannie Evans Muir.
Breezy with blue skies this morning in Leland. A veritable “up north” summer day!
Yes! It’s a “chamber of commerce” day – sunny, clear, and around 70 degrees… so please enjoy being outside around here! .
This is an amazing place for sunsets. Wherever you are around here, you can watch the sun melt over the horizon, or the Manitous, or the breakwater, or nearby trees. Breathe a deep sigh, do a hand stand, grab a fishing pole. Above all this weekend: Happy Independence!
It may be gray today, but blue skies are there, above the clouds… we caught a glimpse or two of sunshine over the weekend. The Record Eagle published an article on our website. See it here: http://www.record-eagle.com/news/northern_living/the-leland-report-begins-th-year/article_9fa2870c-4929-57a4-8868-d9480a31b899.html
We might expect to see daffodils pop into bloom following today’s rain.
A perfect, crisp, clear fall day is here… perfect for watching various wildlife in Leland harbor: salmon swimming and jumping upriver, heron swooping over the breakwater, gulls flying about. Best wishes on this Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples Day!
This morning, the harbor flew a small craft advisory pennant. The Manitou Passage is likely to be rough, even if it doesn’t appear too bad from shore. I always enjoy looking out at the islands no matter what’s going on with the wind, rain, and sunshine. Today as they often do, the tips of the islands seem to float… Read more »
From mostly cloudy to fantastic cloudy, what a sky show.! We have had terrific cloud formations the past couple of days. A one mile per hour northeast wind provided us with a picture taking calm Big Blue.