These replicas are of Lime Kiln Lighthouse from Lime Kiln Point State Park, Washington 

Lime Kiln Point State Park is located on the west side of San Juan Island. The historic lighthouse is the base of some of The Whale Museum's research, including SeaSound (hydrophone), Sightings & Observation (Dr. Bob Otis, Jeanne Hyde and the webcam) as well as an awesome place to learn more about the Southern Resident orcas and the Salish Sea ecosystem.The bathymetry is very dramatic in this area. Within 25 feet of the shoreline, the ocean floor drops to 960 feet deep! This allows the whales to swim very close to shore while they forage, socialize or just pass by. Because they do this so often, this park is nicknamed Whale Watch Park.
These replicas come in 3 styles and sizes
  • Large Lime Kiln Lighthouse Replica: 5-3/4" tall, Base is 5-1/4" x 4-1/4", Polyresin
  • Mini Lime Kiln Lighthouse Replica: 1-7/8" tall, Polyresin
  • Ornament Lime Kiln Lighthouse: 1-7/8" tall, Decorative string hanger, Polyresin
All Models are by Scaasis Originals, Inc. Lighthouse Collection Number #SC290B
Check out The Lime Kiln Lighthouse Live Webcam and the Hydrophone


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