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Currently in Coarsegold CA (Low 42 Partly Sunny and Windy High 69)

We drove to Yosemite yesterday and had a great time. Bob has quite a few photos to go through so that blog posting will be later. Today we will catch up on our recent stay near Parker Arizona and in the dead zone. 

There is a neat program at Lake Havasu that builds replica lighthouses and places them around the lake. To date there are 2 dozen lighthouses with the number growing. We took a boat tour to see Copper Canyon that included seeing about 13 lighthouses. You board the boat near the London Bridge, showing here from the boat.

The first two you see as you leave the channel and enter the lake are the East and West Quoddy Head Lighthouses. The West Quoddy Head Lighthouse is in Lubec Maine.

While the East Quoddy Head Lighthouse, or better known as the Campobello Island Lighthouse is in Canada and is the only international replica lighthouse to date. Pete from American Traveler blog has provided a lot of information on this lighthouse in his blog. We plan to visit both of these lighthouses some day.

Here are the rest of the lighthouses that we saw on our cruise. How many can you identify?