(Report by Jim) Another one of those days that the clouds rule the sky. Thanks to Roxane for helping plant and tend to the flowers on the bridge. Sometimes it’s good to get a different perspective.
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. 😉
(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 »
As long as we have occasional sunshine… we can weather the storms. .
The Snow is snowin, the wind is blowin, we can weather the storm! .
After a rainy evening and a overnight low of six degrees… one and a half inches of new. .
It’s amazing how much snow has melted since yesterday, unfortunately the temperature is falling and snow will return. It is raining at the moment. .
The other pictures were taken this morning on the south side of the river. .
Most of our day was spent in the Big City by the Bay. .
(Meggen is basking in the warm glow of a Disney sun today so Jim is filling in) From the lens of Erhardt Peters. All this talk about ice caves and ice castles. When will they appear? (No clue) Can I plan on seeing them? (No, wait, maybe, hmmm, no). But let’s not forget that the residents (and resorters) at the… Read more »