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I took this photo of the New London Ledge Lighthouse from the deck of the Cross Island Ferry this summer while traveling to Long Island. New London Ledge was built in 1909, one of the last lighthouses to be built in New England. It is located near the entrance of New London Harbor at the far end ...
New London Harbor Light, located at the mouth of the Thames River in New London, CT, was the fourth lighthouse in North America. Erected in 1761, it survived the American Revolution. One of the best views of New London Harbor Light is from the ferry that travels from New London to Long Island. ...
When winter blasts the Northeast, it is not unusual for me to get an email or tweet from someone asking "How much snow did you get?" Some ask out of concern but my friends from the South usually have another motive. Their email typically includes something about the temperature and sun...
1. In addition to their regular salary, the 100 paid bloggers of Active Rain (you know who you are) will receive a bonus equal to 2.87% of their point total in 2009. 2. Rich Jacobson will announce a new channel on Active Rain called "Active Bashing". This channel will be reserved fo...