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Avoiding a Ship Wreck

Preparedness Pro will pursue all violations of these rights just as vigorously as she does any of her other freedoms, liberties, and protections. You give a very descriptive view of your lighthouse. Our church as well was spoken many times it was a lighthouse for 20 years. That happened in Manchester, KY. I believe emergency preparedness is part of the warning. When He speaks, we must obey. When I get discouraged, I keep thinking of Noah as he obeyed the Lord. The Lighthouses really open my eyes spiritually. I enjoyed your article.

The Point Bolivar light was visible from our beach house in Caplen, Texas. In reading many stories about lighthouse keepers, preparedness was always a top priority. Thank u for these words. I am alone in my family and in my own home in this. I am now prepping because I have become aware of the need to be prepared. My reason for it is because I live in the Caribbean where 6 months out of the year we are under the threat of hurricanes, severe storms and flooding. Kel, You described it well and your analogy is well thought out.

For some, learning from another who is also on the learning path is easier than trying to stand in the shadow of an expert.

We can point them to folks like you who have much experience and willingness to share. Thanks for being one of those people! Wow Kellene, I am standing right there beside you. I have been living in Maine for 17 years but am quite a distance from the coast. I live about miles north of Bangor in a small town that is perfect for preparing.

I do feel like I stand alone here in my prepping as no one around me that I associate with is doing the same. It so fills me up when I read your stories. Yes, then I know I am not alone. You are with me. Thank you for being there. Nancy— We also live miles north of bangor but close to the coast.

Especially if it will help our family. Keep it up, you're not alone. I love that you are sentimental towards the pieces your mother so lovingly collected. It warms my heart. You are so blessed to have lived in Maine! Maine is part of that mission area. We too now have a special place in our hearts for lighthouses. In fact, I have them all over my house now. I had bought several inexpensive ones for Table center pieces for his mission return dinner. I am looking at one of them right now, that sits a top of my computer desk. I need email to send attachment.

Lessons From The Lighthouse

Thank you for writing such a beautiful article! I love the water and lighthouses too but I had never thought about it in the way you stated it. I do feel alone in preparing and I love your sentiment about being a beacon for others. If I can help one other person, then the teasing I have taken over going this path is worth it! Thank you for being there and encouraging and supporting the rest of us. Wow, talk about taking me back in time. There are legends of rocks by the shore. One wrong move and your ship will run into the rocks and sink.

Luckily, just as your heart starts to pound, a light shines across the water, showing you the way. The light is from a lighthouse. A lighthouse is a tower with a bright light at the top to warn and guide ships at sea. Lighthouses have played an important role in the history of our world. Believe it or not, lighthouses date back thousands of years! Let's find out more about them. Lighthouses come in all different sizes and shapes and each has a unique pattern and color.

Lighthouses were built at the entryway to harbors where boats would dock. They were also built on islands, rocky ledges and reefs. Lighthouse keepers lived at the lighthouse to make sure there was always a light shining during the night. The first lighthouses used fire beacons by burning coal or wood. A beacon is a warning light or signal, like the light of a lighthouse.

Oil lamps and candles were also used, but if the weather was bad the light could go out. Smoke could also dim the light. It was important for the lighthouse keeper to go up to the tower and check on the lanterns at least three times a night.

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And what if there was fog that dimmed the light? In early times, the lighthouse keeper had to fire off a cannon every hour.

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Later on, the foghorn was created to make a warning noise. Luckily, in , a man named Augustin Fresnel pronounced 'Fray-nel' created the Fresnel lens. The Fresnel lens was like a really big lampshade made out of hundreds of pieces of glass that surrounded a light bulb. When the light was turned on, the glass would change the direction of the light, creating a beam. Each lighthouse had its own pattern of flashing lights. The lights would signal to the sailor how far he was away from the land. Did you know that one of the Seven Wonders of the World is a lighthouse?

It is believed that it was 45 stories high. A burning fire at the top of the tower was its beacon.

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Another famous lighthouse is Bell Rock Lighthouse in Scotland. It was built in , eleven miles from shore on Bell Rock, a famous underwater rock that was responsible for many ship wrecks. It is the only lighthouse in America that still has a keeper. Due to electricity, it is no longer necessary for most lighthouses to have keepers. And do you know the name of the first lighthouse to use electricity in the United States? You may be surprised to find out it's the Statue of Liberty! The Statue became an operating lighthouse in Lighthouses are found around the world.

The first lighthouse built was Pharos of Alexandria in ancient Egypt. Early on, lighthouses relied on burning coal and wood to create a light signal before the Fresnel Lens was created in ; now most use electricity. To unlock this lesson you must be a Study. Login here for access. Did you know… We have over college courses that prepare you to earn credit by exam that is accepted by over 1, colleges and universities. You can test out of the first two years of college and save thousands off your degree. Anyone can earn credit-by-exam regardless of age or education level. To learn more, visit our Earning Credit Page.

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Avoiding a Ship Wreck Imagine you are the captain of a ship sailing on the rough seas of the ocean. Beacons of Light Lighthouses come in all different sizes and shapes and each has a unique pattern and color. Boston Light And what if there was fog that dimmed the light?