Today My Mom, Wilma, and I Adventured to the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse in Portland, Maine. This Lighthouse if often referred to as “Bug Light” due its small size. The Portland Breakwater Lighthouse was built in 1875 and is known as one of the fancier lighthouses in Maine. It is an active lighthouse, and is located in Bug Light Park, providing views of the Casco Bay.
We had a steamy Adventure to the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse/Bug Light. Shadow, Wilma, My Mom, and I had Adventured to this Lighthouse back in February 2018, so I decided it made sense to blog about it again. I was surprised to arrive at Bug Light Park on a very warm day, hoping that coastal Maine would be a cooler experience, however that was not the case. Upon arriving at the Park, and began exploring the path along the shore. The water was bright blue and their were some sailboats throughout. Wilma posted on the rocks, and enjoyed watching other visitors throwing rocks into the sea.
From there my Mom found a spot to sketch and Wilma and I headed off to get a close-up view of the Lighthouse. We walked down the breakwater right up to the Lighthouse. We trotted around and appreciated the views, and a small breeze. The Portland Breakwater Lighthouse/Bug Light was simple, but yet perfect in structure. We spent a little time walking around but found the Park to be a little chaotic with off leash dogs, and quite hot so we soon decided to head off to our next Adventure. So glad we could visit the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse/Bug Light today (Rating: 3.5)
June 26, 2020