The Pasty Cam
June 18 - 24, 2006
 
Saturday, June 24

The U.P. is bordered both north and south by two of Michigan's Great Lakes. 

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Lake Michigan rocks and shores.
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weeds and reeds
Friday, June 23

The Upper Peninsula has innumerable inland lakes from eastern end to western end.

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All of them with a view!

 
 
Thursday, June 22

Traveling around the U.P., you never know who you're going to get a chance to see. 

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Even mythical folks love it here.
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Rest stop
Wednesday, June 21 

Summertime always brings a variety of visitors to the top of Brockway Mountain.

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Both human and otherwise.

 
 
Tuesday, June 20 

Little League baseball players here UP North, pitch, swing and round the bases like the Pros. 

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Intensity is high during a game.
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Morning Calm
Monday, June 19

Mornings in the Keweenaw are a time for reflection and pondering the day ahead.

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The serenity of a sunrise by the lake.

 
 
Sunday, June 18
Happy Father's Day
A brand new icon greets visitors to Michigan's northern-most county...  a Shoebox Memory is retired. 
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Gone but not forgotten.
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