Mar 28-02

Past-E-Mail: Cam Notes - 2002: March: Mar 28-02
Mt. Lookout, Lake Bailey, and Brockway    ...scroll down to share comments
Photo by Scott L.

Mike, White Lake, MI. on Thursday, March 28, 2002 - 12:42 pm:

Been there, seen that, still as breath taking as ever!!

By Pete Wisconsin on Thursday, March 28, 2002 - 01:02 pm:

Would you please stopp putting these photos on the web. They are making me even more determined to someday return to life in the Copper Country.

By David S. on Thursday, March 28, 2002 - 06:38 pm:

Great Shot; really captures the essence of the Copper Country. Looks exactly like it was when I was but a boy growing up in Laurium. Clean, pure and beautiful. Obviously, "someplace special".

By Red C. on Thursday, March 28, 2002 - 08:48 pm:

Great Pics...keep em coming ! Thanks.

By DM on Thursday, March 28, 2002 - 09:06 pm:

Jealous folks? The air is so clean, it almost hurts to breathe it! Spring MIGHT come here soon. That sun is feeling a whole lot warmer when it shines than it did a month ago...good thing too, cause cabin fever is really hitting us Yoopers right about now....

By melissa, lansing, mi on Thursday, March 28, 2002 - 11:31 pm:

We just moved away in December, and are coming up for a week pretty soon here. I can't wait! I can't wait! Clean, fresh, air, great scenery, and most of all great people!

By Dan Wisconsin on Friday, March 29, 2002 - 12:13 am:

Hi All,
I will be up there tomorrow in the beautiful copper country enjoying a pasty with Aunt Mary! Will let you know how it was.....

By MRD Farmington Hills Mi on Saturday, March 30, 2002 - 12:32 pm:

It all happens during the end of May!!! Munising,Copper Harbor,and then to Isle Royale!!!
Can't wait to get up North again!!!

By Matt Heikkila on Friday, April 5, 2002 - 01:26 pm:

I was once told that the top of Mt. Lookout (we always called it Mt. Baldy as kids) is a true alpine eco-system (the only one in the Midwest). In winter you can see a distinct line where the trees change from the usual mix of evergreen and hardwood, to a single type of oak. I was also told this oak had evolved into its own species, so that if you grew one off of the mountain, it would only grow to the height of those on the mountain (about 6-12 ft). I know da U.P. has some unique species, but can anyone confirm or debunk this? Also, in the summer, can you still drive to the spot where the picture above was taken?

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