Word of the day: seamark

SEAMARK

I don’t know if I’ll ever need to use this word. It came up in Cranium tonight at Olivia‘s birthday party.

My team had to guess the definition of this word and we guessed correctly: a landmark seen at sea used for navigation.

Sorry this post is so short. I’m exhausted from a long day of ice skating with Laura and Annie. Tomorrow I’m heading to Geneva to visit Pete for the New Year.

For more seamark information, visit Wikipedia.

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