The Pasty Cam
October 17 - 23, 1999
Lucille and Hayley
Saturday, October 23
EXTRA

Happy 100th Birthday to Lucille Perrong of Laurium.  The other lady is Hayley Verbison, her great-great-niece, who is about 99 years younger than Lucille. As mentioned in September's Past-E-Mail, there was an earlier party at her Bete Gris cottage, as friends and relatives came from as far as Colorado and New Mexico,  with lots more from downstate. Lucille still lives in Laurium in her own home (with assistance).

Photo and report by Frank Greene

Saturday, October 23

In the early morning hours near Bob Lake, Pro Rally cars encountered blizzard-like conditions.  The first serious snow of the season...

...and the big picture is a view of blinding conditions on a turn up the logging road.

Pro Rally overnight
Mighty Mac
Friday, October 22

What a blustery day all across the U.P.!  Do these cars seem to be leaning to the Lake Huron side?

A quick trip downstate, and Pasty Cam finds a windy crossing at the Straits.

Thursday, October 21

By the shores of Gitche Gumee,
By the shining Big-Sea-Water,
Stood the wigwam of Nokomis,
Daughter of the Moon, Nokomis.
Dark behind it rose the forest,
Rose the black and gloomy pine-trees,
Rose the firs with cones upon them;
Bright before it beat the water,
Beat the clear and sunny water,
Beat the shining Big-Sea-Water.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882)

Sunny Autumn Superior
Backwoods Beauty
Wednesday, October 20

These mornings we see more than just frost across the Keweenaw marsh... actually some ice around the edges.

...and get an early start.  You may have to scrape your windshield.

Tuesday, October 19

Say goodbye to the leaves, on their way out after this cold snap.  The covered road near Copper Harbor is often the subject of Pasty Cam requests.

...and this road will take you to one of our newest sponsors, The Laughing Loon.

US 41 near Copper Harbor
Welcome to Dollar Bay
Monday, October 18

Horner Flooring extends a welcome to visitors in the Keweenaw, and the village of Dollar Bay in particular.

This past Saturday the Pasty Cam visited the restaurant right around the corner from this spot, Quincy's.

 Sunday, October 17

Three generations of hunting Niederers... and three birds.  Coincidence?  This Eagle River entourage had a good outing, in spite of the rain....

...which could become snow before nightfall.

Four men and a dog
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