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New England Lighthouse (RGT) 1:12"

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A little bit of trivia about lighthouses. Each lighthouse on the coast of the U.S. is either painted with stripes, and/or has different flashing light characteristics. This is to allow the mariner to determine where they are at.

One particular light that I can think of is located in Massachusetts, it flashes 1-4-3, the locals have dubbed it the "I love you" light. A few years back the Coast Guard wanted to change the flashing characteristics of that light. They had a small riot on their hands. hehehe

Great job on that house, now all you need to do is to convince the Coast Guard to give you a real Fresnel Lens. LOL

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