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November 30, 2010


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Julie Henning

I've been to this lighthouse more than once. It is lovely - and also now I have that Edmund Fitzgerald song in my head. :-)

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Thank you for the opportunity to reengage with all the great memories I have of this very special part of Michigan.

We are all fortunate to have such a majestic piece of history that all these lighthouses provide.

I've since my boyhood had a fascination with these installations and feel they are the most intriguing part of my visits up north.

May they always exist and prosper for generations to come.

Dominique King

Julie-I had to go ahead and do this story after doing the Edmund Fitzgerald post earlier. I've been hearing the song in my head ever since then!

Zudfunck-Thanks for stopping by. This is a beautiful part of the state, and you're right about how we're so lucky here to have so many lighthouses with so many great, historic stories.

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