This rough, verdant island is home to Lennard Island Lightstation, a brilliant white solid beacon with a fire motor red top.
Lennard Island's beacon has been installation of the Western Canadian coast since 1904, when the primary wooden beacon was set up to manage sailors exploring the encompassing waters. There's been a beacon manager on Lennard Island from that point onward, and today, that work tumbles to Woodward, who additionally composes verse and kids' books, and her significant other Jeff George, who snapped the picture above.
"I think numerous individuals have sentimental, nineteenth century thoughts of beacons," Woodward reveals to CNN Travel. Very few of them are right, she says. No, she doesn't live in the actual pinnacle - and no, she doesn't have a lot of time to kill. What Woodward has is an occupied, fun, and compensating job, and one she wouldn't exchange for anything. Woodward and George take it in goes to send a 3:15 a.m. climate forecast to the nearby Coast Guard radio. It's the first of seven they convey every day.At times they discover the dawn enlightening the sky in a profound, wounded purple fog. Woodward makes a record of the every day meteorological forecast in her logbooks, realizing they may intrigue climatologists, and furthermore submits two day by day investigates precipitation and temperatures to Environment Canada.
Woodward and George study the ocean and sky from the post focuses. They utilize an anemometer to ascertain wind rates and screen wave statures by taking a gander at the waves' whitecaps, and where the ocean has sprinkled on close by rocks. The monotonous routine likewise includes keeping up the twelve structures that make up Lennard Island Lightstation. They incorporate, obviously, the pinnacle, close by three houses, a boat shelter, radio room, motor room, a battery shed - which controls the island's two breeze turbines - and a nursery shed.