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Salmon River Lighthouse & Marina



Hey there!! Welcome. Hope you are well today. Let's talk, "Salmon River Lighthouse & Marina", New York, I sure wish that lighthouses were still cool to so many others, I love them, finding them around the USA is so fun. One of life's many many treasures. Thanks for stopping by. Have a super great day!! Take care. Beth ( ;

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Maggid said…
oh how fun . . if i hurry, i could rent the cottage for a night . . .
this lighthouse looks different than I expected . . . once again, you've shown me something new. THANKS!
Bev said…
Oh I love that house...lighthouse!!
Debbie said…
i love lighthouses beth, i think many of us bloggers do!! we have quite a few here at the jersey shore and i have seen and photographed all of then. one day, each year, new jersey sponsors a lighthouse day where each participant gets a book, that looks like a passport and as you visit each lighthouse, your book gets stamped. i have never done it (i don't think i could keep up) it sure appears to be fun!!

this is a pretty one, i like the second photograph!!!
Ida said…
Beth this is a wonderful lighthouse. I find them to be very fascinating and whenever I'm able to find one I like to photograph them too.
eileeninmd said…
Hello, Beth! This is a pretty lighthouse. A little different than those I have seen lately. Great photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
Pamela Gordon said…
What a beautiful old lighthouse! Rare to see one made of stone and not painted. Have a good week Beth!
Linda Kay said…
Beautiful and very different, Beth.
William Kendall said…
That's an unusual looking lighthouse.
Missy George said…
That's a very different looking Lighthouse..Love the stone..I have some really cool lighthouses on Pinterest
TexWisGirl said…
that's beautiful!
Michelle said…
Love that stonework!
Mildred said…
Hi Beth, This is beautiful. The stone work is great. Hope you are looking forward to a nice weekend. me xoxo
I love the architecture <3

I hope you have a good Halloween :)

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