"The lighthouse and the lightship appeal to the interests and better instinct of man because they are symbolic of never-ceasing watchfulness, of steadfast endurance in every exposure, of widespread helpfulness."
George R. Putnam, the first Commissioner of Lighthouses, U.S. Lighthouse Service, 1906-1935
"Don't Grow Up Too Quickly, Lest You Forget How Much You Love the Beach"
"Now, Bubba had told me everything he knew about shrimpin', but you know what I found out?
Shrimpin' is tough!"