The Top Five Lighthouses of Cape Cod

The Top Five Lighthouses of Cape Cod

Two weeks ago, I asked my Facebook page followers to weigh in on their favorite lighthouse images and promised to, where possible, offer those images in my new expanded product line that now includes marble coasters, trivets, tempered glass cutting boards, and pillows to go along with the night lights I've always offered. 

Well, without further ado and not including lighthouses of Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard, here they are:

Number 1 - The Three Sisters. These range lights stood atop Eastham Bluff until the encroaching cliff and rot caused them to be replaced by Nauset Light. Here's a link to the page for more information.

Number Two was the Highland Light in North Truro, MA, one of the most popular lights in New England, and a favorite for both its history and its crisp lines. See it here:


 Sandy Neck Light in Barnstable Came in at Number Three and it remains a favorite of mid-cape lighthouse aficionados for its Victorian style and scale. Here it is: 

Number Four was Falmouth's beloved Nobska Light which is both an iconic feature of the town's road race and a familiar sight to all who use Woods Hole as a gateway to The Islands. Its shown here:

Last, but not least, coming in at Number Five were the Twin Lights of Chatham, which is partly nostalgic seeing how the northern light of the pair departed its companion to become Nauset Light, of Cape Cod Potato Chip Fame in 1923. Here they are before they parted ways:

Each of these images will be made available in marble coasters, tile trivets, pillows and tempered glass cutting boards for the holidays for all orders received before December 10, 2015. 



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