The Pasty Cam
August 7 - 13, 2005
Saturday, August 13

As the U.P. morning fog begins to lift, itís one of the best times to get a nibble on your bait.

Even if you donít, itís still worth the early reveille.
Hazy waters
Pelkie Tech
Friday, August 12

While heading to the Baraga County Fair at the Pelkie fairgrounds this weekend...

..step inside the Historic Pelkie Grade School.
Thursday, August 11

As you travel along the highway to the Porkies, youíre an arms length from the Big Lake.

Upon arrival, hike up the mountain and view another body of water.
On the edge
Wednesday, August 10

Flying in from parts unknown, this long necked, spindly legged creature stops over in U.P.

Finding a spot to perch and put on a show.
Tuesday, August 9

There was a time here in the U.P., when the sound of a train coming down the tracks was an everyday occurrence.

It can still be heard in Baraga!
Water carved
Monday, August 8

Just beyond the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula, you come upon Mantiou Island.

And a few interesting natural and man-made items.
Sunday, August 7

Lounging around a famous U.P. pool in 1948.  A Shoebox Memory from Jan Dahlquist.

The Esther Williams pool on Mackinac Island.
Everybody into the pool
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