So, Mr.Kat and Bella and I moved to Northern Kitsap county in May and I’ve been pretty busy with house and yard and dog and manuscripts, but we did manage to take a little trip to see the local lighthouse. A few years ago the lighthouse at Point No Point in Hansville was deemed “surplus” by the US Coast Guard and given to Kitsap County for a county park, although it does still have active beacon, light, fog horn, and NOAA and Coast Guard weather and navigation equipment. So it’s still a working lighthouse for navigation and weather purposes–and it’s considered the oldest lighthouse on Puget Sound (although the original structure is long gone.) It’s also kind of nifty since it’s a tiny little building that sits on a spit of land only a few feet above high-tide. Most lighthouses sit up a bit more and look more majestic. Still… Bella thought it was quite nice.
Learn more about the Point No Point Lighthouse.
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