Gorgeous shot of West Quoddy Light, South Lubec, Maine. We have ridden out here on the Cannondale tandem bicycle at dusk and been the eastern most people in the US on land at the time. Then it got dark and moosey and we rode back as fast as we could but not too fast or we could have killed ourselves. It was intense... luckily, it was not snowing at the time. - Lydia

Gorgeous shot of West Quoddy Light, South Lubec, Maine. We have ridden out here on the Cannondale tandem bicycle at dusk and been the eastern most people in the US on land at the time. Then it got dark and moosey and we rode back as fast as we could but not too fast or we could have killed ourselves. It was intense... luckily, it was not snowing at the time. - Lydia

Cape St. George Light    The Cape St. George Light is a 74-foot (23 m) high brick lighthouse which had originally stood for 153 years on St. George Island, Florida, until toppling into the Gulf of Mexico October 22, 2005. The pieces of the lighthouse were retrieved, and in April 2008, the light's restoration was completed. The light was first lit in 1852.    Photo by: Kay Gaensler/flickr

Cape St. George Light The Cape St. George Light is a 74-foot (23 m) high brick lighthouse which had originally stood for 153 years on St. George Island, Florida, until toppling into the Gulf of Mexico October 22, 2005. The pieces of the lighthouse were retrieved, and in April 2008, the light's restoration was completed. The light was first lit in 1852. Photo by: Kay Gaensler/flickr

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