Follow us to Vermont to explore the Colchester Reef Light on Colchester Point, Lake Champlain! The United States Lighthouse Serviced decided a lighthouse was needed on Colchester Point in 1869 in order to guide ships through the treacherous “Middle Bunch Reef,” an area that included the Hogback Reef, Colchester Shoals, and Colchester Reef.

Several lighthouses during the 19th Century approved in the New England area were built using identical construction plans. The Colchester Reef Light, Sabin P ...

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We hope you had a great time this year in the Florida Keys for the Florida Lobster Mini-Season! If you haven’t served all your catches yet, try making a Florida lobster roll. Don’t forget to invite friends and family over for dinner if you have enough shrimp and lobster to share!

The recipe creates about 4 large Florida lobster rolls. If you have any questions, reference this video provided by Florida Lobstering.

How-to Video: http://floridalobstering.com/how-to-cook-a-florida-lobster-ta ...

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Join us this weekend at the Waterman Grille! Waterman Grille is an out of this world waterfront dining restaurant located on the East Side of Providence at the Gatehouse. It’s a great spot to take in breathtaking views of the Harbor, and enjoy a delicious meal!

Several patrons have recommended the Waterman Grille’s award winning crab, as well as the duck, salmon and arugula dishes.  The grille combines the unique flavors of comfort food with the local flare of produce from organic farmers marke ...

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Today we’re exploring the Knorr, a research vessel in Woods Hole, Massachusetts! The vessel is currently owned by the United States Navy, and operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The Knorr is better known as the ship that discovered the RMS Titanic wreck in September 1985!

Since its launch in 1968 the Knorr has traveled more than one million miles! Wow! She was named after Ernest R. Knorr, a hydrographic engineer. Knorr was appointed Chief Engineer of the United States Hydrographi ...

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