The Pasty Cam
May 12 - 18, 2002
Saturday, May 18

Former Trout Creek resident Ferdinand Lundberg inspects the historic landmark bridge...

...over the Middle Branch of the Ontonagon River.
Bridging the gap
The walls came tumbling down
Friday, May 17

The old crumbling brick wall around the courthouse in Eagle River is being rebuilt.

Welcome to Keweenaw's County Seat.
Thursday, May 16

Seeing the sunrise through the eyes of Mary Drew in Lake Linden.

How many would have guessed sunset?
Torch Lake
Photo by Donn de Yampert
Wednesday, May 15

Remnants of mining days on the Ripley side of Portage Canal. Note Spring emerging up the hill.

BONUS PHOTO:  Last night's planetary alignment.
Tuesday, May 14

A wet day in the northwoods, and Dan Urbanski finds a collection of rare jewels.

Some men lead lives of quiet inspiration.
Undisturbed columbine
Don't jump!
Monday, May 13

Mother's Day weekend presented some good opportunities to enjoy the beauty of the U.P. woods...

...and Kelly Wenberg brought home a waterfall.
Sunday, May 12
Happy Mother's Day
Our shoebox memories recall not only history and places... but people... like Jim McNickle...
...a 20th century Lake Linden personality.
Remembering Jimmy
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