Browsing All posts tagged under »Charlevoix lighthouse«

At least Babs is taking care of business

February 21, 2013


During my protracted absence from the blogosphere, Babs Young soldiered on, documenting the winter of 2013 so that generations hence may be suitably awed by what we put up with back in the Olden Times. This of course assumes that these posts will survive that long in a form that can be read by future […]

Swimming toward the light

January 22, 2012


Babs Young writes: I returned to winter in northern Michigan this past week. Key West was great, but it's always good to come home. This is, of course, the Charlevoix Light and as you see it sure is winter now.

Perfectly summer

June 6, 2011


Babs had a fine Sunday. She wrote, This was Charlevoix tonight. What a beautiful day!!! Can’t you just feel the warm sand between your toes? Want to ride the merry-go-round? Wait up! Me too!

Charlevoix Light at dusk

July 19, 2010


Babs Young was out and about north of here last Tuesday. She writes: The Charlevoix Light was looking very handsome and there were several admirers of it and the very nice sunset as well. Notice the sliver of the moon in the western sky that evening. I think the lighthouse looks just like a Rocket […]

The Lady Wore Red

February 28, 2010


Babs Young was up in Charlevoix last week. She writes, I like that that they painted the Charlevoix Light red. It wears this color well. Indeed it does, especially on a bright and breezy February day. I like that Babs chose a different vantage point than the standard one, and managed to capture the atmosphere of the […]

Babs captures the light in Charlevoix

September 28, 2009


Babs Young writes: The Charlevoix light has recently been painted red and it is really very handsome. However, this photo does not show off its new red coat very well. I think it’s that pesky sunset, Babs. It makes it hard to look at anything else, let alone a nice new paint job. As I […]