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Old Minot Light

The first Minot Light: No photographs of the original structure exist that I am aware of, but there are some depictions, and it looked something like this: Realizing the danger that the great number of rocks surround Cohasset Harbor and … Continue reading

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Picture of the week: Wave crashing over Minot Light

Minot light getting pounded by huge surf in the storm of December 14th, 2013. Offshore buoys recorded wave heights of over twenty feet this morning.

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The force of a Nor’Easter: Enough to rip up a 2,000 lb buoy!

2013 may be dubbed the year of the storm for coastal residents of Massachusetts. As I write this, another strong storm is on its way to inflict a lashing on our coastline! Here is a photo of something I found … Continue reading

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Time to get a new boat, dude

Having recently learned of a stranded boat on South Boston’s Carson Beach, I figured that I would have to check it out myself, which I did today. It appears that the vessel broke free from a mooring off the South … Continue reading

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Boston Harbor picture of the week: Beach Houses

A neat angle on some oceanfront beach houses in Scituate, taken after Hurricane Sandy had passed last week:

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