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Vol XVIII – #232-Day After Thanksgiving

(Report by Jim) Holly Pop is at the Old Art Building today and tomorrow. Stop in and get some holiday goods and make some cool crafts with “Leland Gal” Maggie! There are still some cool ice sculptures out on the Breakwall. Will be mostly gone by the end of today, though.  

Vol XVIII – #231-Thanksgiving Day

(Report by Jim) Took the day off to spend with family, still pretty grey outside today and still cold! So! You get some more photos from yesterday. Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for stopping by!  I have a new article up about my latest Black Hills Photography trip here:  https://lelandreport.com/portfolio/focus-trek-15-the-alt-black-hills-photo-shootout-part-1/

Vol XVIII – #230 -Wednesday Was An Ice Day

  (Report by Jim) Santa Claus is riding in style! I was up at the tree lighting and parade in Leland. Earlier I was freezing my *** off on North Beach (It was North Beach before the sign and will be North Beach long after the sign comes down). It’s going to be in the 40s soon so these ice… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #229 – Tuesday Snow Day

  (Report by Jim) Last two days have been fairly grey. Today’s photos are a mixture of the last three. The last one below is today. Today, I got the pleasure of driving back from Traverse City in a snowstorm. I also found out I need new tires. Slowing down for stop signs taught me how to pray again. I… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #119 – A Perfect Fishtown Day

Today is one of those days that the clouds rule the sky.   (Jim) I took a break today and drove over to Fudgie Beach to catch a Cumulus forming over Lake Leelanau. I heard this storm produced heavy rains and lightning in Traverse City. This is all we got, shame. 😉   

Vol XVIII – #92 – Still Hot But We Were on a Boat

  (Report by Jim)The day was hot, but who cares when you get to spend it on the water? The A10 Warthogs from the Cherry Festival made a couple passes over Leland. Nice day overall. I talked a little about our Leelanau Summinar talk tonight at the kickoff this evening. That was before the storm front moved through and knocked… Read more »