Suzette Cook
In 1989, a scientist was perched on the lighthouse at Seahorse Key so that she could observe pelicans nesting in tree tops.
A beacon for the Beacon

Suzette Cook, Reporter

In 1989, it was the place I escaped to for the best sunsets. It was the place I visited when I really had a hankering for fresh seafood. It was the place I went to meet interesting people, see artists in action, watch pelicans, and add unique stories to my portfolio.

And it still is.