The Pasty Cam
Week of April 26 - May 2, 1998
Governor John Engler is presented with his very own "I Love Pasties" T-shirt today in the Calumet Theater.
(given by webmaster Charlie Hopper)
The Streetcar Station in Ahmeek basks in the abounding sunshine we have enjoyed this week in the Keweenaw.
(Let's stop back for a bite after we browse the Gallery down the street.)
Take a walk with us along the beach at McLain State Park, to welcome in the month of May.
(be sure to enter our new
Inside the Calumet Post Office the Pasty Cam spots a busy worker with quite a few parcels. And what are the contents of these boxes?
(Pasties, of course!)
We had many correct answers on the location of the other
*** Centennial Heights ***
Another clear, dry weekday in the U.P. before sunrise.
(and the trees keep on budding and the grass keeps on greening.)
Spring has definitely arrived in the Keweenaw. These Tech students take to the woods at the spot known as "Canyon" near Eagle River.
(Still no black flies!!)
John Foster guides us past the old Italian Hall, where 73 people died in 1913 when panic broke out. Someone yelled "Fire!", though there was none. A sad note in Copper Country history.
(temperatures have cooled a bit here in Calumet)
Calumet steeples in the distance, as viewed from Myrtle Barrette's back porch, above Swedetown hill. Notice the subtle green beginning to appear in the trees.
(Pasty Cam will return here this summer)
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