Making a trip to Chatham this morning, as it is 9 degrees and clear, so it should be smooth sailing. The month of February has been cold, and yet the trip to one of the furthest points east in the United States is always a pleasure. The town is so warm and inviting that you don’t want to leave. The lighthouse, as I have come to call it in my work, “Chatham Light”, is a museum now, as it was a working part of the US Coastguard, but has it’s most noble history came during the Revolutionary War, as it’s beacon warned sailors of the dangerous sand bars that have taken many a vessel down to the sandy bottom of the Nantucket Sound. Lighthouses are like the truth, indisputable and incorruptible. Peace M
February 18, 2009
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