A flaming red sunset illuminates the sky from Great Cranberry Island, Maine, looking at the lighthouse on Baker Island.
The two islands are part of an archipelago of five gorgeous islands lying just south of Mount Desert Island. At 1,000 acres, Great Cranberry is the largest of the Cranberry Isles. Its year-round population is just 40 people, but the summer population swells to about 250.
Settled two centuries ago by William and Hannah Gilley, Baker Island is the most remote of the Cranberry Islands. In 1855 the original lighthouse was replaced with the current 43-foot tall tower. Today the island is owned by Acadia National Park.
We spent a week on Great Cranberry Island in a home full of early Americana. The island was trapped in the past but full of physical beauty.
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