(1.) Use the markers to determine your location on a nautical map.
(2.) Stay away! These indicate a danger.
(3.) Follow the markers. They indicate unobstructed water on all sides.
The correct answer is (3.)!
(4) Turn around, go back home, and get on the couch.Just kidding dad, but I have no idea which is right!
Hey John! Actually I like your Option #4, especially as winter is rapidly approaching and temperatures get a lot colder when paddling. Thanks for checking in at Durhamblogger!
I saw one of those in Castine last weekend! Didn't want to get close enough to get a good shot, but a tiny image shows up next to the lighthouse in the first shot.
In the case of Castine, I think of the buoy as a harbor marker. But, I'd have to look up the offical use of the buoy.
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