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April 24, 2014


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Lisa Trudell

I thought about taking the glass bottom boat tour when we were in the area last Summer but didn't have time. I love when old buildings are restored. That lighthouse looks beautiful on the shore.


It's so beautiful, even in the desolation of space.

Dominique King

I remember the shipwreck cruise as being fun, Lisa.

Dominique King

It does look pretty remote, Jessie, but it does look better than I remember seeing it a decade ago. I'm so glad they managed to save it. I bought a small snowshoe many years ago that had a stained glass inlay featuring this lighthouse...so I've always liked this lighthouse!

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