Inside the November-December 2022 edition
Many untold and forgotten stories that will not be found anywhere else, such as:
- Mystery Grassy Island (Wisconsin) Lighthouse Keeper
- Restoration and Painting at Michigan’s Crisp Point Lighthouse
- A Rare Visit to West Sister Island Lighthouse, Ohio
- Cape Lookout Lighthouse, North Carolina, Threatened by Rising Water
- Bell Rock Keepers Trapped by Fire
- Bristol Ferry Lighthouse Sold
- Point Iroquois Under Wraps – Work being done at Michigan Lighthouse
- A Lighthouse Children’s Christmas and Scrapbook
- Josephine Horte Pingree Remembers Her Life as a lighthouse keeper’s wife
- Stepping Stones Decays While Awaiting Restoration
- Lantern Removed from Scituate Lighthouse in Massachusetts
- Wickie’s Wisdom
- Regular columns: From the Commodore, Book Reviews, From the Archives, From the Bulletin, Doomsday List, Crossword Puzzle, Lost Lighthouses, Keeper’s Korner
And . . . so much more.
Cover image is Whitefish Point Lighthouse in Michigan painted by Virginia Souza. Contact Virginia to get your copy of this great painting titled “Santa’s Milk & Cookies.” Painted Pirate Gallery, 649 St George Road, South Thomaston ME 04858 (207)502-0889. Email: email@example.com.
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