A brisk wind out of the Northwest was just right for about 10 surfers just after sunrise. I waited for near 15 minutes for someone to ride a wave and decided to leave. I was checking out Facebook when a couple of surfers stood up and I captured the moment with my IPhone. The telephoto was taken with my Nikon…. Read more »
Fair skies ruled the early morning dawn and as the sun began to rise, the clouds started to move in. The result being a sunrise with a great ball of fire. Around noon, drizzle and then rain began to fall. What kind of day was it?… An October day.
A special moment as the sun rises over Fishtown. The sailboat could have had a little more wind to sail home with, but what a beautiful morning it was. Wow!… and if you had planned a wedding on Van’s Beach in late September, how lucky can you get. Congratulations to the bride and groom.
Another one of those Leelanau days with an overcast beginning and the sun returning in mid-afternoon.
Another day dominated by the cloud formations in the sky.
Biscuit and I walked Van’s Beach and then North Beach and couldn’t find anything to find fault with, it was indeed a “Picture Postcard Day”
It’s a perfect day to do anything you want to do under a clear blue.
The Server was doing it’s job this AM when I got up and by 8:30 am I posted yesterday’s Report. Around noon it failed again, but it’s up and running now. Today is one of those picture postcard days with indigo blue skies and puffy white clouds. This is a wine tasting weekend and Boathouse Wine had a front yard… Read more »
The morning began with temperatures in the lower 60’s, Rain moving in from the west with incredible cloud formations. The rain kind of put the damper on my wife’s golf, she only got to play one hole. The rain moved on and the sky continued to entertain us with wonderful formations.
The morning began with temperatures in the lower 60’s, Partly Cloudy skies, a perfect Leelanau beginning. By mid afternoon, blue sky, brilliant sunshine. What kind of a day is it? It’s perfect Leelanau Day. I put the hard top back on the Jeep with sadness, the morning temperatures will be getting lower as we navigate toward Fall and I don’t want… Read more »