Expedition Team: Dave Miller, Rosie Miller
Date: June 10, 2008
It’s always fun to visit a national park in another country. We bicycled to this 117-foot-tall working lighthouse in Southhampton Parish that was first lit in 1846. It has a beautiful panoramic view of Bermuda. The structure is the world’s oldest cast iron lighthouse. We viewed educational exhibits abouts its construction then walked up the 185 spiral steps and saw the 1,000-watt bulb that ships can see 40 miles out to sea.