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Ray throttled down occasionally to step from behind the helm and point out a nuclear submarine coming in, a sea lion relaxing on a buoy, or the two historic lighthouses on Point Loma.
At that moment, the dark shadow of the moon touches the Paciific Coast at the Yaquina Head lighthouse outside the coastal town of Newport, Ore. There is no doubt about this.
Mobile's iconic Middle Bay Light lighthouse is back online, thanks to a $720,000 federal grant that will help keep the public informed about what's happening under the bay's surface.
According to People, a group of teenage fans also camped out at a nearby lighthouse hoping for a sighting of their great leader, only to receive 1989 guitar picks sent over by Taylor’s dad.
Well, that and the singer’s father, who sent over 1989 guitar picks to fans camped out at nearby lighthouse.
A personal favorite, a lighthouse, was taken the other day from the deck of a ferry coming into the dock in Islesboro, Me.
LighthousesThe Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is the icon of the Outer Banks.
For the best view, be sure to stand in the water off the rocky shoreline and take pictures of the lighthouse from the lake.
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Definition of lighthouse for English Language Learners
: a tower with a powerful light that is built on or near the shore to guide ships away from danger
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