Outbuildings at Port aux Choix Lighthouse

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Port aux Choix is promontory that juts out into the Gulf of St. Lawrence from the west cost of Newfoundland. Its geographic prominence made it a logical choice for habitation by the Maritime Archaic Indians, 3700 years ago. It is also the right spot for a lighthouse. These are two of the outbuildings of the lighthouse, early October morning.