The Pasty Cam
December 4 - 10, 2005
Saturday, December 10

Just north of Marquette, about 10 minutes from town, lies a summit virtually void of cover - -

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Meaning trees of course, not the white stuff.
Piggyback hill
Frozen morning
Friday, December 9

Morning frost and fog covers the shoreline UP North, joining the snow to make things white.

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Then the rising sun starts the burn-off.
Thursday, December 8

An almost-live shot of Pasty.NET's future address, on US-41 in Kearsarge.  The project is coming along nicely... at least we have heat. 

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Where the Pasty Cam originates this a.m.
The Hut
Flying colors
Wednesday, December 7

Even in a U.P. white-out, the colors of freedom shine through bright and bold.

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Fly your flag in remembrance today.
"A date which will live in infamy"
Tuesday, December 6

If you’re looking for something different to do during the U.P. winter snow season, hop aboard

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And meet the workhorses, too!
Idle farm
Idle farm
Ski track
Monday, December 5

Snow on the ground in the Keweenaw, snow in the trees, time to grab your poles and skis.

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Hit the trails and enjoy the scenery.
Sunday, December 4

A typical snowy postcard from the 30's or 40's, with not-so-typical spelling of 'Houghton'

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From Nancy Sanderson's
Copper Country Postcards
"A View of the Past from the
Keweenaw Peninsula"
Haugton County?
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