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August 2009

Our cover this month is the latest work of art by Maine artist Alan Claude featuring the Doubling Point Lighthouse on the Kennebec River in Maine. Navy ships built by Bath Iron Works pass this lighthouse, along with a few other river lights, on their way out to the Atlantic Ocean to serve the U.S. Navy. For more information on Alan Claude and his art please see www.AlanClaude.com.

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A Secret and Remote Garden in Maine

By Richard Clayton

Alan Claude Lighthouse Posters Help Save Lighthouses

And In The Print Edition ...

Antique Store Purchase Uncovers Lost History

Cape Leeuwin

By Zoie Clift

Collecting Nautical Antiques

By Jim Claflin

Colorful Beacon

By Kelly Anne Loughery

Falling Rock Threatens Imperial Tower

Light the Way to a Hobby to get Stuck on!

By Diana Erbio

Making a Difference at Crisp Point Light

Mystery Keeper

New House At Crooked River

New Lighthouse Over Michigan’s Huron River Serves Dual Purpose

PETA Wants Excessed Lighthouses

The Favorite Small Harbor

By Richard Clayton

Who Can Find Lost History of Lost Light?

Wickie’s Wisdom

By Timothy Harrison

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