1-24 The First Twenty-Four
25-48 The Second Twenty-Four
49-72 The Third Twenty-Four
73-96 The Fourth Twenty-Four
97-120 The Fifth Twenty-Four
121-144 The Sixth Twenty-Four
145-168 The Seventh Twenty-Four
169-on The Eighth Twenty-Four
97 A Family Visit, part 2
98 Wunderkammer XI
99 Wunderkammer XII
100 Ponogram Index
101 Michigan Outlines
102 Hawaiiana 9
103 Kids of Maine - 1
104 Kids of Maine - 2
105 Clarence Sandin
106 Tech House
107 Hawksbill Hatching
108 Facial Recognition
109 Hawaiiana 10
110 Spring in Maine - 1
111 Spring in Maine - 2
112 Wunderkammer XIII
113 Wunderkammer XIV
114 Wunderkammer XV
115 JOVIAL Programming Language
116 "Big Like a Soldier Officer"
117 TV Shows That Never Were - 1
118 Gecko Rejects Moth
119 TV Shows That Never Were - 2
120 The Story of Four
Ponogram #93, “Outlines of Paradise” sampled the outlines of the State of Hawaii and the Island of Maui. This P-gram samples outlines of the State of Michigan and surprised me with some of the clever innovations. Why Michigan? Pono was born in the Upper Peninsula (UP) and spent some 30 years all over the state.
This carrying basket has Lower Peninsula (LP) ends and a UP handle.
Lawn chairs feature the entire state with the UP offering a convenient hangar for a towel or a jacket.
Heart of Michigan in Howell (see the heart in the LP) features a number of the following outline products. In addition, if you are hungry for a north woods pasty, Heart of Michigan ships them! (Please don’t be disappointed – their pasties are not shaped like the outline of Michigan.)
How about a 20-pc Michigan jigsaw puzzle.
Michigan soaps and stickers.
Necklaces – I’ve even seen a ring with the Peninsulas on wraparound arms.
And of course, every state has their quarter.
And someone from the Michigan Disability Rights Coalition had the vision to see an M in the LP.
Michigan tattoos as a picturesque heartbeat and just the outline.
LP cheese tray and LP cookie kit.
“Michigan’s Better Half” and the tee-shirt quote express the chauvinism of Yoopers (those from the UP [yoo pee] aka “Yooperland”). Do you understand?
A depiction of the Great Lakes is like a negative of the State of Michigan.
Let’s just put this all in the proper perspective!