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TRIANGLE OF FIRE Lighthouse Toure June 2 2012 Puget Sound
TRIANGLE OF FIRE LIGHTHOUSE TOURE Sat June 2, 2012
The Triangle of Fire Lighthouse Toure is a fun family event, an historic tour that will provide participants some of the history and scenery of the Puget Sound area. The route of the drive will also
include at least two or three ferry rides across the sound, allowing drivers to enjoy one of the many unique aspects of the Puget Sound area. You do not have to own an Audi to attend this event.
The name of the tour is derived from the “Triangle of Fire”, an area of the entrance to Puget Sound that was once protected by huge coastal forts. Fort Casey, Fort Worden, and Fort Flagler, all three at one
time were the main defensive fortifications protecting Puget Sound. These three forts covered an area that was called the Triangle of Fire, preventing enemy ships from penetrating the entrance to the sound.
The tentative tour route will visit all three of these fortification sites, with each site will have viewing opportunities of the lighthouses that were installed near them: Admiral Head Light [Fort Casey], Point Wilson Light [Fort Worden], and Marrowstone Point Light [Ft Flagler]. With the group meeting in Mukilteo, at the Mukilteo Light, a total of 4 lighthouses can be viewed during the tour.
The Tour will meet at 8:00am Sat. Jun 2 at the Mukilteo Lighthouse Park, adjacent to the Mukilteo ferry terminal. The group will depart from Mukilteo for Clinton on Whidbey Island on the 9:00am Washington State ferry.
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