Scituate Light

Welcome to a relatively new blog site. I made a shift over to a more versatile host that could let me do more than the former host could. I can experiment some and find new ways to share the stories. All the old posts are still here at the Current Posts link. The Archive link allows a search of posts. Put a term in the search bar and see what you get or search by month if you are chasing down a storm or an anniversary.

Additionally, there are now two photo galleries, one with historical images and others from our tenure here. There is also a link to a You Tube Channel.

Access to the most recent posts is found below and other links, including the web cams, from the menu above.

Most Recent Posts

  • A Month Later
    Today’s project, (really the last two glorious, warm November days) was the boardwalk. It is in the yard and stacked for the winter. I rolled it up in record time even with a lot of conversation yesterday from visitors. The forearms take a beating on the two wheeler but the legs seem good. I got […]
  • Thursday Morning in a Hurry
    Here is the promised timelapse video of the project as it unfolded on Thursday morning. All the hard work is obvious.

Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.

12 responses to “Scituate Light”

  1. Looking forward to The Lightkeeper’s Blog!!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. I am also looking forward to the Lightkeeper’s Blog!


    1. So great to have you on board. I am going to be steady about this as I had gotten sloppy for a while.


  3. Not a regular visitor, my old friend, but always enjoy the updates! Looking forward to keeping track of the wonderful developments at the historic Scituate Light via the new and improved Lightkeeper’s Blog!


    1. Now this is a good thing. Glad to hear from you and hope we can catch up sometime. My best to Cindy.


      1. I hope so, too, my friend. Hoping to get up to Massachusetts this Fall and would love to check out the Light! Cindy says hello! Congratulations on this wonderful blog … makes me yearn for New England!


  4. Love this. Looking forward to future posts. So many cousin memories of The Beach and Of course Turner Rd.


  5. Hi Bob and Jules!


  6. Hi Mr. Gallagher 🙂


  7. Hi Bob …I am writing to let you know that none of the cameras are streaming at the moment. They all are asking for username and password…which I enter, but it still no allowing access. Thanks for all the cameras…loving checking in every once in a while and seeing the ocean!


  8. I am working on it. I think it is a conflict between the cameras and a virus software update.


  9. My Great Aunt Jesse and her husband were caretakers of the lighthouse, per family history. Do you have any information on the caretakers throughout the history of the lighthouse?


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s