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Very interesting information from senrabyar.
Oh.....THANK YOU, senrabyar, for the info. That makes it seem a lot less dangerous!
I wish, Tincup. These last few months my dogs are convinced that letting me sleep properly until, say, 5:30 is wrong and I must be barked awake somewhere between 1:00 and 2:00 AM. I love them, but NOT at that hour! :o(
Ellen, what are you still doing up??? It's almost time to get up tomorrow morning.;o)
Amazing and awe-some.
You have been deceived by the photo! The lighthouse is at the end of the harbour wall, and therefore can be easily reached in good weather. But the designers had also considered poor weather, so the harbour wall was built with a tunnel the whole 610m length of the wall. The angle of the harbour wall into the North Sea produces these wonderful towering waves whenever the wind and tide are right.
That wave dwarfs the lighthouse. Imagine trying to land a boat there when the light keeper needs more supplies.