The folks in Lubec describe this part of the country as "not the end of the earth - but you can see it from here". You are, after all, more than an hour away from the nearest traffic light. The result is a little piece of heaven where you can sit looking out over the Atlantic Ocean, listening to the waves crashing on the rocks below, and gazing out to Grand Manan Island, ten miles away across the water. Bald eagles may soar overhead, and if you are really lucky in August and September you might see whales from the rocky cliffs. And watching over this with you is one of the more colorful lighthouses in the country. Still functioning, it is now automated. On many days the fog will roll in and you will feel and hear the deep boom of the fog horn. It is really a magical place.
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