Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Guest Post

posthatteras I was recently honored by Paula the Surf Mom who asked me to be a guest author on her Outer Banks Surfing Blog!

The post is called “Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the jewel of North Carolina.”

Enjoy!

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About Debbie Dolphin

Lighthouse author and photographer living in New England

Posted on September 19, 2007, in Guest posts, Preservation News and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. The stories are incredibly well written and set a gold standard for what could be a narrative sermon. ,

  2. Who else is involved in the response? ,

  3. Certainly "injuries" stemming from statutes may eventually be corrected by voting the Beltway Bastards out either individually or en masse – but that is not the sort of thing we have here, but an issue of a violation of Constitutional law which is vastly more difficult to alter. ,

  4. old news…

    … Cape Hatteras Lighthouse relocation project the summer of 2000. Since the 208-foot brick masonry lighthouse was built in 1870, the shoreline has eroded from 1600 feet away to within 120 feet of the historic structure. … monumental planning and engineering was required to move this massive structure inland

  5. Your comments are Fuel for thought, Bob! There appears to be so much SEO advice and misinformation in the blogosphere right now that it is difficult to discern SEO tricks from SEO tactics!

  6. Hi Debbie!
    The comment you left me has me thinking about some things.

    I wrote my keyword post for people who are non-seo/non-money based bloggers. Google does have a new algorithm yet to be introduced to the public. As much as you and I would like it to be about quality content, it is the opposite.

    I think your blog has great content. However, in Google’s eyes, quality content means nothing. That’s why blogs like yours should use keywords and other seo tactics. Seo can be used for any content. I wish more non-money blogs would apply seo techniques. If they do not, they will not be important in the eyes of the search engines.

    Seo tactics are not tricks, they are what governs all things in the blogosphere. I hope you see my point. Google really doesn’t want non-money bloggers using seo techniques. Why? Because they may make less money!!!!! Have a great week:)

  7. Thanks for the post Debbie, it was a wonderful article…
    looking foward to part two

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