Gustavo Bourdieu says his honey is pure. You can also peruse his album of photos to see how the bees make it. (Photos by Keweenaw Now)
Carol displays her lovely handmade jewelry. She also makes yummy scones!
Seamstress Carol Bird of Hancock sells a variety of her creations.
John Ritola of Atlantic Mine is proud of both his flowers and his tomatoes.
Carol and John are regular Tori market sellers, rain or shine.
Dorn Dyttmer, right, welcomes Scott and Stacey Michaels -- his E-Bay customers from Green Bay, Wis.
Jenny Deephouse, right, of Houghton, buys one of Martha Sohlden's apple pies. "I love pies, especially Martha's pie," Jenny says. Martha sells a variety of homemade baked goods.
Bill White, right, of Elk Rapids (near Traverse City, Mich.) came up to visit his sons, Michigan Tech students Bill, Jr., left, and Neil White -- and brought his great apples to sell in the Tori.
Scott Smith and daughter Seda, age 2, come to Hancock from Ontonagon to sell fresh vegetables grown by Scott and his wife, Andrea Corpolongo Smith, at their Wintergreen Farm.
Mary Erickson of Chassell offers her homemade bread and honey for sale at the Tori.
Teresa Palosaari of Chassell has a sale on sugar-free jam -- and a wide variety of the regular kind.
Jim Niemela of Pelkie offers many home-grown vegetables for sale.