Flu, Polar Vortice and Yankee Ice Storms in Atlanta…enough!
This is also from last January. You can see just a trace of snow on the Grand Haven Boardwalk and the river is ice free. It’s quite a contrast to this year. I’m not overly fond of this winter’s cold but I do enjoy the snow and I relish the thought that it will meltContinue reading “At the Point of Vanishing”
The beach is quite iced over this winter with mountainous ice formations reaching out a half mile into The Lake. This latest Polar Vortex is bound to add more whimsical ice formations. This picture, however, was taken almost exactly a year ago. Note the ice free beach. It does seem colder this winter. We wereContinue reading “Deflated Wishes”
We live under a near constant cover of Lake Effect snow clouds here along The Lake but sometimes we do get to revel in sunshine for a few moments of glory when it is all done.
Lake Michigan impacts our life in many ways. Lake Effect Snow is real and will figure large in future photos as it figures large in our daily life.
This tiny girl repeatedly bombed the sled run. She was fearless. To borrow a phrase from Margaret O’Brien as she exultantly played the youngest sister in Meet Me, In St. Louis, “I am the most horrible!!”
Mother and child at the bottom of the sled run. What can I say? They are awesome!
This evokes memories of my brothers; looking for a clear run through the woods, sending the youngest down first to scout out the bumps and stumps, suffering near blindness from flying snow and stinging tears followed by the sudden deceleration of landing in the creek below. It was a blast! How did we survive it?Continue reading “This Kid”
What do we do when the big lake is frozen and we can’t kayak? We had a sledding party in the dunes this past weekend and are planning another for next weekend.
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