I've written before about the symbolic importance of lighthouses to sailors. Really, though, I just like to be up high and see the view. On our day off in Rimouski we visited the Pointe-au-Père Lighthouse. It was built in 1909, the third to be built on the site, and was important in the history of navigation on the St. Lawrence River. Relevant to me, it is also the second tallest in Canada. I enjoyed the view and had fun playing with its geometry for photos.