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* Collectible Bulb 2009 ..
Created in the Orient by artisans using specialized brushes to hand paint each glass bulb on the inside.. thru a small hole. The Ancient Art of Eglemise dates back to the Emperors.
This ornament "Celebrate the Hillsboro Inlet" was hand painted by Pat Anderson -

In 2002, the rock-base of Hillsboro Inlet outer-channel was dredged to 20 feet and widened into a fan shape. The northern boundary has two red markers. A reef warning marker and three green markers clearly define the southern boundary of the new channel.South of these markers is a rock reef that is partially exposed at low tide.
The controlling depth of the channel seaward of the jetties is 15 feet and from the jetties to the bridge it is 8 feet.
The Hillsboro Inlet District owns a dredge used to bypass sand to the south. Most of southerly migrating sand is caught in a sand trap and then pumped under the Inlet to the beach to the south. Between the north jetty and the lighthouse, there is a weir to allow sand to allow sand to wash into the sand trap during NE storms.
At extreme high tides the rock-based weir can be awash and should not be mistaken as a means of navigating the Inlet.
The rock dredging took two months total spread over the last six months of 2002.
Jack Holland, Chairman Hillsboro Inlet Dredge Commission

-- information taken from the box which holds the Collectible Bulb --


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