Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
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places in Canada the two RV Gypsies visited
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learn about Brian Duquette and his tragedy events before 2008 Links to other RV sites RV help for travelers vidoes by the Two RV Gypsies
map of Ohio showing location of the Marblehead Lighthouse
The two RV Gypsies
and their grandson
explored Marblehead Lighthouse
The below quotes are from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, as are many quotes on this website:

"Marblehead Lighthouse in Marblehead, Ohio is the oldest lighthouse in continuous operation on the United States side of the Great Lakes. It has guided sailors safely along the rocky shores of Marblehead Peninsula since 1822, and is an active aid to navigation.
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July 11, 2011
sign about Marblehead Lighthouse
The Marblehead Lighthouse has 77-stairs and a 65-foot beacon. On this date, nobody was allowed up inside the lighthouse.
sign about Lake Erie
Marblehead Lighhouse and the sign
Contractor William Kelly built the 50-foot tower of native limestone on the tip of the Marblehead Peninsula. The base of the tower is 25-feet in diameter, with walls 5-feet thick. It narrows to 12 feet at the top with 2-foot thick walls. Through history, 15 lighthouse keepers, two of whom were women, have tended the beacon.
Marblehead Lighthouse in Ohio
Marblehead Lighthouse in Ohio
The lighthouse is now part of the 9-acre Marblehead Lighthouse State Park. The park features picnic tables and offers views of Lake Erie, Sandusky Bay, Kelleys Island and South Bass Island (Put-in-Bay).
The sign pictured below tells about the view from alongside Marblehead Lighthouse. Cedar Point is the amusement park that the two RV Gypsies and their grandson will visit after leaving here.
sign about the view from Marblehead Lighthouse in Ohio
Cedar Point as seen from Marblehead Lighthouse
Zoomed in views of Cedar Point from Marblehead Lighthouse.
Zoomed in view of Cedar Point from Marblehead Lighhous
Zoomed in view of Cedar Point from Marblehead Lighhous
The grandson of the Two RV Gypsies walked the rocks behind the Marblehead Lighthouse by Lake Erie, while the two RV Gypsies walked along on the nearby sidewalk where they could still see him. Alex was far enough away from the water, and there were no other people around.
the rocks behind the Marblehead Lighhouse by Lake Erie.
The grandson of the Two RV Gypsies at Marblehead Lighthouse
Marblehead Lighthouse as seen from the edge of Lake Erie
Marblehead Lighthouse as seen from the edge of Lake Erie
Marblehead Lighthouse as seen from the edge of Lake Erie
Lee Duquette by Marblehead Lighthouse
A caterpillar on the rocks
a catepillar on the rocks
Alex Jones on the rocks
the grandson of the two RV Gypsies on the rocks at Marblehead Lighthouse
the grandson of the two RV Gypsies on the rocks at Marblehead Lighthouse
Sign telling about the view from the other side of Marblehead Lighthouse - including a 352-foot high granite column on Put-in-Bay. The two RV Gypsies will be visiting that area tomorrow.
sign about the view
Put-in-Bay as seen from Marblehead Lighthouse
a 352 foot high granite column
Alex Jones photographed a water moccasin snake - they are protected at Lake Erie, and are NOT said to be poisonous. Karen Duquette hates the photos of snakes on her website.
moccasin snake
Back at the RV of the two RV Gypsies, Lee and Alex wrestled for the recliner. Each evening has been full of laughter as these two mess around. Alex will be missed when it is time for him to fly home. This RV is the only home of the two RV Gypsies, so they do not have to fly anyplace.
Lee and Alex wrestle for the recliner
Lee and Alex wrestle for the recliner
You may visit each of the three (3) sections below in any order you choose. The page you are presently on is not underlined and cannot be chosen from here.
Marblehead Lighthouse
Kelleys Island and the Glacial Grooves
Put-in-Bay and the Jet Express
look down
go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have viewed all three (3) sections above, please continue on for the adventures of the two RV Gypsies at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio. See Karen and Alex ride Top Thrill Dragster - the third fastest roller coaster in the world and the second tallest roller coaster in the world (as of the year 2011)