|My littlest is not afraid of heights or climbing towers.|
|A spectacular view of the ocean and Ponce inlet.|
The preserved buildings contain artifacts that were used in early life at the lighthouse.
|This little soap cage was used for sudsing up water for washing laundry and dishes.|
The glass bottles and metal tools and containers really give a good idea about kitchens before the invention of plastics.
Here is a collection of old time medicines, one of which was Choroform liniment! Eek!
This was the medicine chest provided to the Light House keepers by the Coast Guard which contained the medicines listed above.
There were also herbal medicines on site.
|Popular herbal medicines from the 1800's. Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Atwoods Jaundice Bitters.|
One building contains a stunning collection of Fresnel lenses from other lighthouses.
Below is my favorite lens from an Australian lighthouse. It reminds me of a big insect.
Hope you liked the photos. What fun lighthouses have you visited?