We decided to travel US Hwy. 98 (Mississippi coast) on our latest trip to Orange Beach, Alabama and see what the recovery looked like since Hurricane Katrina. The beach front attractions are recovering and we enjoyed our ride. As we love light houses we stopped to photograph the Biloxi Lighthouse. Like many have said this is in the middle of the road and probably not the best one to try to tour(think Pensacola Lighthouse for a tour). That said, we have been to quite a few lighthouses on our trips and at least this one has been saved and maintained unlike so many especially in Louisiana (our home state) and we would have to place this among the top of our list (certainly there are others)of those which are easy to access. If you love lighthouses give this one a few minutes, enjoy the coastal drive (non Interstate) and visit the wonderful Biloxi tourist information center across the highway from the lighthouse. Worth a few minutes and if you just look and photograph it is free. What more can you ask in an increasingly expensive and harried time we live in. Enjoy the side roads and see some of America that is waiting for you even if not the most spectacular!
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