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Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse

The Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse in Gulliver, Michigan, is currently operated by the Gulliver Historical Society in cooperation with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The museum is open from memorial Day until October 15. The name is from the French, and is pronounced locally as "Sis-Shwa", but in true French is pronounced as "Sel-Shwa". It translates to something like "only choice", because the location was the best place along that stretch of Lake Michigan where the
Pronounced "Sis-Shwa" by the locals, this lighthouse, the French name means something like “only choice”, because it is located in a spot where French travelers of the day could weather out a storm. While I have actually visited here once during a storm, on this particular fall day, the sky was filled with nice clouds and the crisp air added to the ambiance. This was off-season, so only one or two other people were around. There was a brisk wind moving the clouds along, so I timed several shots to get a pleasing arrangement.
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Lighthouses
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Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse