A little less than an hour north of the White River Light Station is the 108' Little Sable Point Light. It was opened in 1874 and was by far the tallest lighthouse we had visited so far. It is located on the other side of some pretty good sized sand dunes, which made for some cool images. I chose this one because it gives some perspective of its height.
It was getting pretty close to noon by that time, but since we had such a big breakfast, we decided to skip lunch and move on to the next lighthouse, Big Sable Point Lighthouse.