I was starting to get into the Spring mode and then woke up to 6″ of new snow the other day….thankfully it’s already gone… Two links today – the first is to the Lake Express, which will be in Frankfort May 7 and 8. They will be offering $10 tours out of Frankfort on [...]
Archive for April 2011
I don’t know if I haven’t been paying attention in the past, but this year is just so changeable. I was out shooting today and had to deal with complete overcast, cloudless skies, rain showers, snow showers, and 40 mph winds.
The West winds have eaten most of the beach at Point Betsie. the drop [...]
My friend Orville, joined me for lunch on the deck the other day. He’s not much of a conversationalist and he eats like a bird, but he’s good company none the less…..(and he listens to all of my stories).
There are several functions coming up shortly that are sponsored by the Grand Traverse Regional Land [...]
This link is to a live, Bald Eagle nest cam. The chicks hatched April 2….It’s a bit addictive, but great fun to periodically check on….Be well, Jay
The good news is that the ice went out of Crystal last night….with no damage to waterfront property that I could see….also no good pictures. I would guess the docks and boat hoists will start appearing by mid week….
Yesterday was one of the strangest weather day that I have seen in a long time. Several [...]
The CSA will host its 33rd annual Arts and Crafts Fair from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at the Assembly Ball Field, M-22 at Crystal Lake.
More than 100 artists participate from all over Michigan and beyond. Fair goers will find jewelry of all kinds, decorative art, pottery, oil paintings, watercolors, fine [...]
90%of the snow is gone but a few of the larger buildups are still melting. These pics are from the North side of Point Betsie. rather an interesting formation. more tomorrow from Crystal Lake….it’s fractured, but still basicaly intact….Be well, Jay
Bay watch girls………..watching the bay….be well, Jay
As an avid reader of CSA history, I know that early on, students from Fisk University worked at the Assembly and sang concerts for the members. While perusing the website of the Gutenberg Project, I discovered that a couple of Edison cylinder recordings of the Fisk Jubilee Quartet were available on the site and also [...]