The Cana Island Lighthouse is one of the most picturesque of any lighthouses still operating on the Great Lakes today. The beautiful peninsula of Door County has a long and bountiful tradition of maritime history, including its many lighthouses. Cana Island has illuminated the coastline on the Lake Michigan side of Door County for over 100 years. Cana Island’s story involves bricks and mortar, engineering marvels, and, most noteworthy, people. The dedication of Cana’s keepers and their families over the years was remarkable. Countless mariners relied on them. Lighthouse life could be challenging, at times tedious, but also extremely rewarding. Most visitors will agree that Cana Island is indeed an extraordinary place.
About the Author
Barb and Ken Wardius have traveled throughout Wisconsin photographing lighthouses and researching the histories of these nautical treasures. They enjoy sharing lighthouse history and photography with others and are sought after lighthouse speakers. The Wardiuses’ interest in lighthouses began at Cana Island nearly 30 years ago.
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*enters the room where weed plants are out and open, he rolls himself a blunt and sparks up*