The Pasty Cam
March 10 - 16, 2002
Saturday, March 16

In spite of an icy week through the upper Midwest, chickadees are flocking to the Northland. 

Can Spring be far behind?
Icy feathered friends
View from Ramada Inn, Hancock
Friday, March 15

Snow and ice continue across the Keweenaw, making it the most January-like week of March in recent memory. 

Time for another Winter Carnival??
Thursday, March 14

After melting and refreezing, the Copper Country has some very slick side road and parking lots. 

This "lake" is actually the lot between the Quincy Mine gift shop and shaft house.
Slippery stuff
Icy fingers
Wednesday, March 13

Freezing rain greets the morning in the Western U.P.  Dan Urbanski examines it up close. 

The Winterberry around his back porch.
Tuesday, March 12

The Women's Hockey Club on the ice at MTU is headed for the National Championships in Anchorage, Alaska. 

P.S.:  Help support them when you buy a Pasty Cam 2002 Calendar.
Ladies on Ice
Diagonal ice
Monday, March 11

Extreme winds off Lake Superior over the weekend caused some unusual icicle formations... 

...and the closure of several U.P. highways.
More icy fingers
Sunday, March 10

A few months ago, the forerunners of the Ranger III sailed out of a shoebox memory. 

...and one of them is back to break the ice for "Ice Week" at the Pasty Cam.
The Lone Ranger
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