Saturday, September 12, 2015

Wisconsin Point Lighthouse

Built in 1910, the Wisconsin Point Lighthouse has stood it's ground for more then 100 years.  Because of its location, this lighthouse seldom gets a close look.
This is what the little photocopters are good at.
Music by: Mary Beth Carlson - marybethcarlson.com
More Info: http://www.terrypepper.com/lights/superior/wiscpoint/wiscpoint.htm

19 comments:

  1. Wonderful. Not many could get such an up close look. Great work, Dennis. Thank you for sharing this.

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  2. As usual Mary Beth's music is beautiful too. Dennis, can you tell me who the flutist is? I couldn't find info on Mary's website.

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  3. Dennis,
    I have been to Wisconsin point several times. I have never been brave enough to climb the rocks to get out to her. Thank you so much for this video.

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  4. Just beautiful...Penny

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  5. Outstanding! Thank you for all that you do in promoting Duluth and the local area.

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  6. harbor cam is down...thank you
    Dennis

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  7. My first harbor alert came in too late as usual - several hours ( Mesabi Miner) . I'm in Eastern time. Anyone else have this problem? I don't know if it's my systems' fault or something else. I had this problem before with the Amazon alerts and will unsubscribe if no one can help. Thanks.

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  8. Please don't leave over this. I too can't just wait all day to get my alerts, so in the morning I check the map to see what ships are heading toward Duluth, then I check the Boat Schedule at the left side of the page in the Links section. That way I can set my day accordingly by remembering what ships are coming and going at approximate times during the day. May take a little adjusting, but believe me it will be worth it..Don't think you'll find another site like this one on ALL the web..Just ask us regulars, and there's a bunch of us..Penny in IL

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  9. Also,,you can look at the Glenshee cam and see the boats coming when they are just a speck on the canal cam....pretty cool!!

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  10. Oh Penny, I love this site. I've been on it a long time, I just hadn't known how to use the comments. I use the AIS maps too, but was hoping the Amazon alerts would work this time. It's just that they're not worth getting if they're not in real time; as you say there are other ways of getting the times. I only meant I would unsubscribe from the Amazon alerts. I had them before and sometimes they were days late. And Dennis said he had to pay for them too.

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    1. Thanks Tim I didn't know you could see the ships on the Glenshee cam.

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  12. Whoo, good, glad you're still here. Hope things work out. Penny

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  14. Dennis, love this video, as I love and admire all of your work! Thank you for using my musical arrangement of "The Ash Grove"/Simple Gifts"! Bless you!

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  15. Renee Grizzell from LA is the Flutist for "Ash Grove"

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  16. Glensheen cam is down...thank you
    Dennis

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