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The South Rock Lightvessel
THE SOUTH ROCK LIGHTSHIP For over 50 years, she has endured storms, even hurricane-force winds. So it was fitting that the South Rock lightship's final day on-station, guarding the dangerous area off the County Down coast from which she gets her name, was a pleasant, sunlit one. The very last of the lightships stationed around the coast of Ireland, the South Rock was only automated in 1988. Now her great red bulk has been replaced by a modest state-of-the-art navigation buoy. Although lightships have been anchored off the Irish coast for more than two centuries, the one off the South Rock is a recent blow-in, having been there for just over 120 years. And during that time the actual ship has been replaced several times. The vessel that ended it all on Wednesday is the LV (light vessel) Gannet. Manned by up to seven of a crew, life on board would have been fairly tedious on quiet days and "interesting" in bad weather. But it could be a comfortable life as well, with a large coal-fired stove for heating and cooking. The arrival of electric generators for the huge light meant fridges and electric cookers for the crew. But there were real dangers. In 1950, the South Rock light ship pulled her anchors and was in danger of grounding in a storm. The local lifeboat stood by until it could get the crew off. And in World War One, lightships became the occasional target for German submarines. However, the South Rock survived two wars unharmed. But finally technology and cost have taken their toll. The ship has been replaced by a much cheaper navigation buoy. It has even been connected to the lightship's former anchor chain. "When you look at the size of the ship and the cost of it, ?5m, and it is being replaced by a very big buoy which cost about ?300,000, that's progress for you," said John Kidney, chairman of the Commissioners of Irish Lights who maintain all lights and navigation buoys around the Irish coast. "Ships, yachts and fishing vessels all have GPS these days so they should know precisely where they are, so the lightship is really a backup." On Wednesday, the LV Gannet seemed a little forlorn as it was finally towed away behind the Irish Lights huge service vessel, Granuaile. In the past it would have been off to the scrapyard, but this time it is off to await a new owner. The ship has been put up for sale and one Irish Lights commissioner quipped that she has "delivery mileage only". One group who will desperately miss the ship are the hundreds of seagulls and gannets for whom she was a resting place. Somehow a modest navigation buoy doesn't offer quite the same shelter. [Source: BBC] The Lass of Lochroyan 'O WHA will shoe my bonny foot? And wha will glove my hand? And wha will bind my middle jimp Wi' a lang, lang linen band?[ 'O wha will kame my yellow hair, With a haw bayberry kame? And wha will be my babe's father Till Gregory come hame?' 'Thy father, he will shoe thy foot, Thy brother will glove thy hand, Thy mither will bind thy middle jimp Wi' a lang, lang linen band. 'Thy sister will kame thy yellow hair, Wi' a haw bayberry kame; The Almighty will be thy babe's father Till Gregory come hame.' 'And wha will build a bonny ship, And set it on the sea? For I will go to seek my love, My ain love Gregory.' Up then spak her father dear, A wafu' man was he; 'And I will build a bonny ship, And set her on the sea. 'And I will build a bonny ship, And set her on the sea, And ye sal gae and seek your love, Your ain love Gregory.' Then he 's gart build a bonny ship, And set it on the sea, Wi' four-and-twenty mariners, To bear her company. O he 's gart build a bonny ship, To sail on the salt sea; The mast was o' the beaten gold, The sails o' cramoisie. The sides were o' the gude stout aik, The deck o' mountain pine, The anchor o' the silver shene, The ropes o' silken twine. She hadna sail'd but twenty leagues, But twenty leagues and three, When she met wi' a rank reiver, And a' his companie. 'Now are ye Queen of Heaven hie, Come to pardon a' our sin? Or are ye Mary Magdalane, Was born at Bethlam?' 'I'm no the Queen of Heaven hie, Come to pardon ye your sin, Nor am I Mary Magdalane, Was born in Bethlam. 'But I'm the lass of Lochroyan, That 's sailing on the sea To see if I can find my love, My ain love Gregory.' 'O see na ye yon bonny bower? It 's a' covered owre wi' tin; When thou hast sail'd it round about, Lord Gregory is within.' And when she saw the stately tower, Shining both clear and bright, Whilk stood aboon the jawing wave, Built on a rock of height, Says, 'Row the boat, my mariners, And bring me to the land, For yonder I see my love's castle, Close by the salt sea strand.' She sail'd it round, and sail'd it round, And loud and loud cried she, 'Now break, now break your fairy charms, And set my true-love free.' She 's ta'en her young son in her arms, And to the door she 's gane, And long she knock'd, and sair she ca'
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The inside of my fridge. Excitement! Also. Please know I rent, and renting often comes with crappy appliances. The light in my fridge works. But it won't turn off and then heats up the food. So, bulb removed.