。。。it's only just begun
Looks a little lonely. Sometimes that's good, sometimes not, usually a bit of both. Those lonely places are often the best places to be reminded that we are never really alone.
A foghorn is a device that uses sound to warn vehicles of hazards or boats of the presence of other vehicles in foggy conditions.
Audible fog signals have been used in one form or another for hundreds of years, initially simply bells or gongs struck manually.At some lighthouses, a small cannon was let off periodically to warn away ships, but this had the obvious disadvantage of having to be fired manually throughout the whole period the fog persisted (which could be for several days). In the United States, whistles were also used where a source of steam power was available, though Trinity House, the British Lighthouse Authority, did not employ them, preferring an explosive signal
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