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July 27, 2010


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Love the pictures! We toured Point Betsie shortly after it was opened for tours and little if any restoration work was done at that point. I love seeing the progress they have made. It's just beautiful.

Now if I could just find time to make a run up there before summer is over . . .

Dominique King

Andrew-Thanks for stopping by!
The first tour we took inside the lighthouse probably happened around the same time you went (about 5 years ago). I was happy we were able to finally get up there at the right time of year again to see what they'd been up to with the interior renovations. I'm glad you enjoyed the photos.
Most of the rooms looked pretty completed-that bathroom in my photos and the small room reserved for a Nature Conservancy exhibit were the two that I remember as being unfinished (although the walls, floors, ceilings, etc. were finished in the latter room--looks like they just need to install the exhibit now). I'll be anxious to see what else they'll have done the next time I'm up there in summer.

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