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Monthly Archives: September 2019
A Trip Cut Short but a Great Adventure
Thursday, September 19, 2019 Alas, we must leave the island two days early as the forecast for the next two days calls for high seas. Which meant for us, prioritizing the things that needed to get done and foregoing some … Continue reading
Assessing the Week, which may get Shortened!
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 There were many new things to see yesterday venturing out on the north trail. The Mountain Ash was in abundance. (We think that’s what this is.) There were still blackberries that were sweeter than I remember, … Continue reading
Seguin Island Light Station: Generator Powered in 2019
It’s a very different experience on the island this year because the power cable that was laid in 1956 that runs under the sea has been deemed unsafe by the Coast Guard, and was shut off last spring. To compensate, … Continue reading