The Pasty Cam
October 24 - 30, 2004
Saturday, October 30

Rising from the water, covered with colorful trees, these islands remind you of a crown - -

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- - which perhaps is how this U.P. lake 
got its name.
Double vision
Oooey goooey !
Friday, October 29

It's just about time for gardeners here in the U.P. to bring in their pumpkins for carving...

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...before the first frost gets 'em!
Thursday, October 28

Throughout the Keweenaw you'll find remnants of buildings from the mining days.

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Rich with the history of ancestors who paved the way for us.
Cemented memories
Are you coming?
Wednesday, October 27

Take a little walk UP North in the woods this time of year with your best furry friend.

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Leave your cares behind.
Tueday, October 26

By the look of this U.P. lake's surroundings, we better heed the warning sign...

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...and don't try launching your boat from the ramp either!
No swimming!
Nature's canopy
Monday, October 25

An Upper Peninsula spot that provides a resting place created by nature's own hand.

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With a canopy above and a blanket below (of leaves, that is).
Sunday, October 24

During the Civil War years, copper from the U.P. was vital to the union effort.

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An Ontonagon Shoebox Memory from Copper Country Reflections.
Bonus: Music from the Civil War.
Bidding day
Visit our sponsors

Fanny Hooe Campground
...and if you missed the previous week

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Visit our sponsors

Rugani Jeffers Book
Adams Twp. Schools Book
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