Keepers’ Kids Recall Christmas on Point Loma

By Karen Scanlon Today, Santa is hard-pressed to find a suitable lofty entry at the lighthouse dwellings on Point Loma. Fireplaces that once warmed every room have been removed. But in the glory days of government-appointed keepers, chimneys a-plenty rose through the rooftops. Kids living at Point Loma Light Station in the 1930s and ‘40s didn’t realize, at the time, that they were special. That … Continue reading Keepers’ Kids Recall Christmas on Point Loma

Got Any Spare Linen Towels?

We need linen tea towels to clean the lens in the lantern room of the Old Point Loma Lighthouse. Linen was always used by lighthouse keepers; it doesn’t scratch glass and leaves no streaks. Karen and Kim, our lens caretakers (and so much more) said, “Our grandmothers would be tickled to know how useful theirs have been after nearly 15 years in the lighthouse, yet, our … Continue reading Got Any Spare Linen Towels?

That Book by Nabokov

Dear Friends of Good Standing, A lot of activities occurring within the next couple of months; stay alert of our buzzing’s through the VIP Voice and with the Volunteer Navigation Committee (VNC) meetings. See how you can help out, enjoy the park after-hours, and always enjoy the views and cool breeze. Fresh AIR Cabrillo is graced with four new Artists-In-Residence (AIR) for our 2016 centennial … Continue reading That Book by Nabokov

Grand CanTon

Hello All, Blankets of yellow from Encelia californica scatter themselves around the park as well as other such delicate delights. Such a beautiful sight! It appears spring has come early and it’s a pleasure to hunt around SD for the wild flowers. Head to the desert or other such fine places of open spaces and search for the colours and life inspired around them. Also, I … Continue reading Grand CanTon