If you visit Rockland, the Breakwater Lighthouse is a must do. Wear your walking shoes because you're headed for a 2 mile round trip trek on a man made jetty that was constructed in the 1800's from large pieces of granite by immigrant labor. Outside of the fact that Mother Nature didn't give those poor men perfect square blocks of stone to work with, they did a pretty damn good job! Thanks for the trail to the lighthouse fellas.
If you're lucky, you may get a chance to see the lobsterman checking their traps. We did and it was interesting. Sorry liber's but it is what it is- 1800's the men did the heavy lifting and the boat we saw had 2 men working it....don't shoot the messenger
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