Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Rawley Point Lighthouse, Two Rivers, WI

 With only a few more days left here in Two Rivers, it was another day of exploring. Yesterdays adventure took us to Point Beach State Forest and the Rawley Point Lighthouse. The lighthouse was built in 1853 and is still in use today. The original brick lighthouse was dismantled in 1894 and the newer steel tower (from the Chicago Worlds Fair) was installed.

 Lighthouses are always cool to see. I understand this one is still in use and contains a residence, however they are very, very animate that you only view from a distance. Kinda disappointing since the lighthouse is touted as a tourist destination with in the park. Ah well, it was still a good day out!

 Interesting yard art we saw on the way

 Pretty cool mural at this buildings entrance.

Another view of town from across the East Twin River.

Tonight we're off to dinner at an old German Pub and Deli for dinner, should be fun and then another day of exploring tomorrow, before getting ready to head out. That's all for now, so until next time.......................

1 comment:

  1. I sure hope that plane was yard art and not the result of some hot shot pilot doing a low level pass... :cO