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A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,800 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 30 trips to carry that many people.
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So, this is one of those posts that I wrote and then accidentally left in my drafts way too long… so I apologize for it’s lateness.
I didn’t even realize it, but Thursday, August 7th was national lighthouse day! I love lighthouses. I’ve always been attracted to the coast and everything associated with it: the sound of the ocean, the salty air, seashells, sunshine, and, of course, lighthouses. I’m particularly fond of the 7 light houses that dot the outerbanks of my home state, North Carolina, but really I think that all lighthouses are magnificent, elegant, and inspiring works of architecture.
In honor of lighthouse day, I’m sharing these beautiful lighthouse pictures from Bored Panda.
Also, you should know that this lighthouse obsession is not a new thing. When I was little I always dreamed of growing up and living in a lighthouse. I admit, even now the idea is appealing, although I realize that people don’t really live in lighthouses much anymore and even if they did, I wouldn’t be the most qualified lighthouse keeper. Even so, I hope one day to be able to climb all of the lighthouses in my state, and as many others as I can. Every time I reach the top of a lighthouse, I promise I’ll post a picture!