The Pasty Cam
May 15 - 21, 2005
Saturday, May 21

Exploring U.P. back roads you never quite know what your adventures will bring.

Notice the slippery paths and extra tall trees.
Slippery when wet!
Lighting the way
Friday, May 20

An early morning jaunt to Marquette’s lower harbor will let you see the light...
notesIn more ways than one!

Thursday, May 19

Quite a view, a feast for your eyes, high above Dickinson County and surrounding areas..

A treat no matter which direction you aim your sights.
Front row seats
Settling haze
Wednesday, May 18

Morning brings a blanket of water droplets across the U.P. this time of year.

Producing a bit of fogginess in places..
Tuesday, May 17

As you travel through the Upper Peninsula, many small 'towns' are found along the way...

...some more populated than others.
Cats in the harbor
Monday, May 16

This Keweenaw river presents some challenges, especially portaging a kayak.

Hitch a ride with one of our Pasty Cammers.
Sunday, May 15

In May of 1898, hundreds of Calumet residents turned out to support the troops...

...headed for the Spanish-American War.
Quite a crowd
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