The Muskegon Breakwater Light stands at the end of the south breakwater. It sits out there taking the brunt force of Lake Michigan waves and wind all year long. It was built in 1929 and has worked in conjunction with the light at the end of the pier. They are like two brothers that work together in guiding sailors into the Muskegon Channel. I wonder if the light at the end of the pier ever feels guilty watching it’s little brother being tortured by the storms of Lake Michigan.
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