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Grandma Rosie is no longer with us, but she left us these wonderful pages. I can think of no better way to pay tribute to our friend than to keep her site active, so that those of us who called her "friend" can visit and remember. These are Rosie's pages---visit and enjoy. If you were fortunate enough to have known Rosie, please sign this new guestbook, with a thought, a prayer or a remembrance, a memorial to a very special lady. If you didn't know Rosie and enjoyed her pages, feel free to let her know. I like to think she'll get the message.

We miss you Rosie.



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GRANDMA ROSIE`S
FREDA,MICHIGAN
YOOPER SITE



WELCOME TO THE
UPPER PENINSULA OF
MICHIGAN,U.S.A.

MICHIGAN STATE FLAG


Click for Houghton, Michigan Forecast

AUNTIE ROSIE`S PICTURE SCRAPBOOK


THANK YOU~B~


EAGLE HARBOR,MICHIGAN LAKE SUPERIOR LIVE CAM (ESTIME)




EAGLE HARBOR HOME PAGE




Click for Eagle Harbor, Michigan Forecast


THE LIVE MICHIGAN WEB CAMS HAVE BEEN MOVED TO THEIR OWN SITE http://members.tripod.com/~pat_bee/rosie/rosiecam.html

~~NEW~~WELCOME TO: HOME ON THE GOGEBIC RANGE~~
I LOVE YOUR HOME PAT
http://www.wtv-zone.com/grumpy/hotgr.html

THE GREAT WHITE NORTH SITE http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Bluffs/6637/

YOOPER GLOSSARY http://michiganring.com/yooper/glossary.htm

OLD GLORY U.S.A. FLAG
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Ranch/8262/flag.html


DETROIT REDWING HOCKEY HOMEPAGE
http://www.detroitredwings.com/


U.P LIVE SEARCH ENGINE
http://www.uplive.com/cgi-bin/search/up_search.cgi

CHRIS`S HOMEPAGE CADILLAC MICHIGAN
http://community-2.webtv.net/ccowley/CHRISSHOMEPAGE/

JANICE KEENS HOME PAGES~~ A GREAT ALASKA SITE WITH GREAT LINKS http://members.tripod.com/~jkeen/index.html


PASTIES
http://www.pasty.com
CORNISH PASTIES
http://www.eclix.net/bbs/Forum17/HTML/000909.html
~A COPPER COUNTRY PASTY~
http://www.acs.oakland.edu/~awesley/pastie5.html

For those unfamiliar with this delicious treat, it's pronounced "pass-tee". The traditional pasty had beef, potatoes, onion, rutabaga, and turnip. The Cornish miners, known as "Cousin Jacks" and their wives as "Cousin Jennys", are properly given the credit for bringing the pasty to the Upper Peninsula in the early 1850's when both the copper and iron mines were first being opened. The version that arrived here in the 1850's was a hearty, hot, hand-held on dish meal for miners who had no time to come above ground for lunch. Some miners reheated their pasties underground; others kept them at least body warm in a chest pocket. Others set their pasties on a mining shovel and held them over a head-lamp candles until warmed.
The pasty is still a complete, convenient, nutritious meal for today's busy life. It can be kept in the freezer for several months. It is so handy to take to school and work lunches, picnics, pot-lucks, or anytime you don't feel like cooking and preparing a whole meal.



FREDA IS A SMALL TOWN BUILT ON A CLIFF OVER LOOKING LAKE SUPERIOR.
IT IS 15mi.FROM HOUGHTON IN THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN. THE CHAMPIAN COPPER MILL WAS LOCATED HERE. ALL THAT REMAINS IS THE SMOKE STACK AND THE BUILDING THAT USED TO BE THE POST OFFICE. IT IS NOW A NICE FAMILY STYLE RESTURANT
CALLED SUPERIOR VIEW. IT IS BUILT NEAR THE EDGE OF THE CLIFF SO IT DOES HAVE A SUPERIOR VIEW. IT IS USUALLY OPEN FROM MAY TO OCTOBER.
THE MUSIC PLAYING IS THE BLUE SKIRT WALTZ~~THE COPPER COUNTRY ANTHEM


A LITTLE MORE ON FREDA,MICHIGAN
AND A LOT OF LIVE CAM SITES


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