The Old Mackinac Lighthouse, at the tip of the lower mitten, stands faithfully along the shoreline looking out at the magnificent green bridge that took over its duties. It stood for many years watching over the ships that passed thru the straights, and guiding them safely by as it’s light pierced the darkness. After the mighty bridge was built with lights that strung across the two peninsulas, the old lighthouse was no longer needed, like an old sailor that knew how to operate a steam engine. Now it stands next to the bridge that replaced its job, but it still enjoys telling visitors of days gone by.
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