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March 2008

Photo By: Tammy Wolfe

This month's cover photo is the Patos Island Lighthouse in Puget Sound, Washington. This station was originally established as a fog signal station in 1898. It is now within Patos Island State Park. The Bureau of Land Management recently took over the island. A new group, Keepers of the Patos Light, has recently been formed to restore the light station. For more info go to www.PatosLight.org. Photograph by Tammy Wolfe of Lake Elmo, Minnesota.

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