Sunday, September 21, 2014



St. Peter's Harbour Lighthouse was visible from the beach near our lodgings near Morrell, PEI and when I walked along the long beach the top was visible behind the sand dunes.  It was a strange place for a lighthouse because it seemed to be lower than the surrounding dunes.  I assumed the dunes got higher over time and since the 10.4 m tower was built in 1865 it is a logical conclusion.  Yesterday I shared a couple of photos of the remnants of a small wharf nearby.

Today I have also uploaded photos of the sand dunes near the lighthouse and you can probably imagine how much the sand has shifted in 150 years.

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