Here's a look I've shown before but not in winter. This is Bug Light in the snow on the shore of South Portland looking across the water towards Eastern Promenade. Notice in the distance you can see it's on a hill. The Hill. You make your way up Congress Street to the top of Munjoy Hill. Then Voila! You reach the Prom. At the other end of the city is Western Promenade. It too lies on the top of a hill, overlooking the Fore River and beyond. One city. Two big hills. Bug Light Park is a fine place to sit on a warm day, fly a kite, watch harbor traffic, picnic or just do a little daydreaming. There are spectacular views too from here of the City of Portland fireworks display on the Fourth of July. And no, I have no idea where the name Bug Light comes from. Maybe an infestation of 'no see 'ems'. Ever heard of them? You might not want to know. Slap! *Research completed. Built in 1875, the light gets its name because of its small size. I like my story better. Slap!