Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Pomham Lighthouse Flagpole

Pomham Rocks Lighthouse Flag Pole in Narragansett Bay

Pomham Rocks Lighthouse is about as cute as they get. It is currently owned by Exxon but they've been good corporate citizens and have let the "Friends of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse" come out and spend huge amounts of money and effort to get the outside restored. They have plans to eventually purchase the lighthouse and run it as a bed and breakfast much as Rowes Island is run.

I don't know about you but I'm glad that lighthouses have friends. They look so lonely out there all alone and after a few decades of salt water and storms they really need a few friends to get them spruced back up. Here's a link to a website all about Lighthouses and their friends. There are many of lighthouses and all or most of them have friends but the page I'm sending you to is all about Pomham Rocks.

The tour's not over! We took 4 panoramas while we were out there and have already processed two of them. The other one is from the tower itself. You can go to the next blog entry to find it or you can follow the little white arrow that appears in this one. Have fun.

Fair Journey,

Brian Shriver

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