The Pasty Cam
November 26 - December 2, 2006
Saturday, December 2 

Here in the Keweenaw, when the snows start falling, the pine trees act as shelter. 

For the ground and hikers, too.
Snow bunnies?
Friday, December 1 

Many U.P. waterfalls provide ever-changing patterns and colors, even through the winter.

Looking silky and white.
Thursday, November 30 

In Memory

Isabelle Knight
John Makela
Mary Perreault
Edward "Eddie" Raffaelli

In our thoughts.
Time goes by . . .
Filled with letter and words
Wednesday, November 29

It's that time of year UP North, when a good book becomes good indoor company.

Check one out today.
Tuesday, November 28

Warm weather camping in the Keweenaw is finished for another year.

Winter fun comes next.
Is that snow? Nope.
Don't even think it
Tangled trees
Monday, November 27

When the landscape turns to gray in the Copper Country, some things stand out clearer. 

Icon from the past.
Towering stack
Sunday, November 26

A deadly explosion in November of 1887 at Hancock Chemical in the Woodside area.

Near Dollar Bay.
History from Bill Haller
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