Cleft of the Rock Lighthouse
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Cleft of the Rock lighthouse is placed on a bluff near Cape Perpetua, and attached to the home of its former keeper, Jim Gibbs. This lighthouse is somewhat mysterious, as it can only be seen from highway 101. It was also originally designed as a private navigation device for the United States Coastguard.
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A trip down the Oregon Coast’s Highway 101 isn’t complete without stopping to view its historic lighthouses. Lighthouses served as the beacons and navigation aids for mariners of all types big commercial cargo ships to small fishing boats …