The Pasty Cam
May 1 - 7, 2005
Saturday, May 7

Whittling, carving, sculpting... great pastimes that create works of art for all to enjoy.

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Let's look at several Upper Michigan masterpieces.


History
Heritage
Beacon of the night
Friday, May 6

A U.P. guiding light on the shores of the first National Lakeshore designated in 1966.

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Seeing that ships don't become shipwrecks.
Remnants
Thursday, May 5

Taking a break out west with a view including mountains, ridges and hordes of leafless trees...

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We’re talking western Upper Peninsula here.
Overlook
Room with a view
Wednesday, May 4

This prickly fellow gets up high to keep on eye on what’s UP in his neck of the woods.

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Reporting that the trees are beginning to make progress towards leafing out!
Tuesday, May 3

Listening to the quiet Lake, picking rocks, jumping over logs, enjoying time together.

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Complete with a rosy colored sunset.
Agate hunt
Silly rabbit
Monday, May 2

Even with the cooler spring we’ve been having UP North, the flowers are bursting through.

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A bouquet to start this week before Mother’s Day.
Sunday, May 1

During the mining boom there were 82 bars in Calumet.  By the 1970's, there were only 18.

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Michael Keranen sends a Shoebox Memory.
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