The Pasty Cam
June 4 - 10, 2006
Saturday, June 10

When the sun warms up the soil in the Keweenaw, you can almost see the garden growing.

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Don't forget to water and weed.
Master gardener
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Fish Catching tools
Friday, June 9

Nothing could be finer than to be in Bootjack for an early morning fishing excursion.

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And catching a keeper too!
Thursday, June 8

Another batch of U.P. babies appear on the Pasty Cam, smiling wide for the camera!

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Or maybe opened wide for dinner?
Where's Mom?
Where's Mom?
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Spraying waters
Wednesday, June 7

In Baraga County this waterfall boasts some unique geological landforms of the U.P.

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Formed over a few thousand years.
Tuesday, June 6

So many places to go and see in the U.P., it's hard to decide which direction next.

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Back roads are sometimes the best!
Every which way...
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Bumbletown lilacs
Monday, June 5

A short lived, but beautifully fragrant flower has popped out all over in the Keweenaw.

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Lilacs are in bloom :o)
Sunday, June 4

Michigan's first geologist Douglass Houghton died off-shore near Eagle River.

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Take a Shoebox Memory field trip to his final resting place downstate.
Resting place
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