If not for a couple of weather worn signs along the road in Isaac's Harbour advertising Port Bickerton Lighthouse and Beach, we would have never discovered this gem of place.
|The original lighthouse built in 1901 burned in the 1920's. This second structure was built in 1930.
|When technology advanced in the 1960's another structure was built to hold the necessary equipment.
|The 1930's lighthouse now houses an the Port Bickerton Lighthouse Interpretive Center and gift shop.
|View from end story of 1930's lighthouse
|Port Bickerton Lighthouse on Barachois Head
|Elisabeth taking a break to look at the view
|Trails lead out on to Barachois Shoal and the beach in Barachois Cove
|Hiking out to the point
|Waves crash all along this rocky shoal
|We enjoyed just sitting and watching the waves
|Jonah loves climbing the rocks
|As we watched the ocean, we also saw several high level fog banks roll inland
|A lovely relaxing spot to watch the sea
|We could stay and watch the waves crash along the shoal for hours