Oct 09-00

Past-E-Mail: Cam Notes - 2000: October: Oct 09-00
Down to Earth in the Keweenaw    ...scroll down to share comments
Photo by Rose Riemer

Charlie at Pasty Central on Monday, October 9, 2000 - 10:59 pm:

Have you ever noticed that the Upper Peninsula has the same rugged edges as maple leaves? For those of us who have lived a while in this big playground known as the U.P., the jutting boundaries and coastline have special meaning.

The U.P.
Like Bay De Noc there near the bottom, with Escanaba on the west, Manistique to the east... on over to St. Ignace on the right lower tip, up to Sault Ste Marie... west around the Bay to Whitefish Point... back across that dip in the northern central U.P. where you find Munising and Marquette. And then there's the ears of the crouching rabbit known as the Keweenaw (home of Pasty Central)... to the west Ontonagon, Silver City, Bessemer, Ironwood...

What a great place to call home, and a great bunch of friends like Rose Riemer who are letting us see the U.P. through their eyes.

Guest Pasty Cam shots are always welcome :o)
By Alden Tormala, Missouri on Tuesday, October 10, 2000 - 04:07 pm:

Thanks for the great pics of the snow that fell in the U.P. last weekend! I grew up as a Yooper and have missed living near Lake Superior and seeing the change of colors like one only sees in the U.P. I also miss the snow and am always happy to see at least some fall here in St. Louis during most winters. Also enjoy your Tech Winter Carnival pics of the ice statues. Thanks again...
and keep those great pics coming!

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