The Old Cape Point Lighthouse lighthouse was built In 1857, on Cape Point Peak, 238 metres above sea level. The equipment for the lighthouse had been shipped from England. However, because of its high position, clouds and fog often obscured the lighthouse. In fact, for an alarming 900 hours per year on average, its light was invisible to ships at sea at a certain angle. The Old Cape Point Lighthouse was put to rest in peace when the Portuguese liner, the Lusitania, crashed under its guidance. Thus the Old Cape Point Lighthouse was replaced with the new, improved and imaginatively named the New Cape Point Lighthouse, at a lower level, below the fog.
To find the cache you will have to answer 1 simple question AND TAKE A PHOTO OF YOURSELF OR GPS AT THE CACHE SITE.
How many small round AND rectangular windows does the lighthouse have below the Catwalk? (I JUST NEED A TOTAL)
In other words NOT the large windows the light shone out of. PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY, MANY PEOPLE MAKE MISTAKES WHEN COUNTING THE SMALL ROUND AND RECTANGULAR WINDOWS
Message me the answer AND THE PHOTO OF YOURSELF AT THE CACHE SITE (NOT NEARBY) and log the cache!
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