The Pasty Cam
July 15-21, 2001
Saturday, July 21

Dan Urbanski caps off the week with a view from the shore of the world's Greatest Lake

The rain has stopped, at least for a while.
Lingering weather system
Betty in 1940
Friday, July 20

This cutie is a follow-up entry for a new Pasty Cam feature "Look What I Found in a Shoebox" (or in this case, a sandbox) suggested by Nancy Nelson (see last week's shot of the "South American").  In her back yard in Mohawk (1940) this is Betty Enid Paull, frequent Cam Note contributor.


Our thanks to the Colburn Family of Sun City, AZ.

Thursday, July 19

On Drummond Island, golfers encounter some moving hazzards... or are they spectators?

Thomas Simpson follows up yesterday's eastern U.P. shot - prompting your editor to finish his story (see cam notes).
Diligent groundskeeper
Trout Lake, eastern U.P.
Wednesday, July 18

After more thundershowers last night, skies are clearing across much of the U.P.  Thomas Simpson brings a guest glimpse...

...from the sunrise side of the peninsula.
Tuesday, July 17

It's a rainy week in the Copper Country... Frequent Keweenaw visitor Doug Smith says stop and smell the roses.

You might want to bring along an umbrella.
After a summer shower
Rumblings above Superior
Monday, July 16

This morning we were treated to a light show over the Lake.  Dan Urbanski demonstrates his point-and-clickability...

...without even using a flash :o)
Sunday, July 15

The Pasty Cam peeks into a sanctuary from days gone by.  Anyone have Sunday memories of this place?

A stone's throw from the Redridge Dam.
Quiet morning service
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