Sunday, February 25, 2007

Magical Sunset on Cedar Key


Another beautiful sunset from our campsite at Sunset Isle.
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National Wildlife Refuge

Cedar Key is part of 100+ islands nestled along the Gulf Mexico which includes National Wildlife Refuges and state preserves.
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Dockside area of Cedar Key


Good seafood restaurants and small gift shops are located on waters edge.
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Boat Trip Friends

John, Alice, Karen, Frank, Jan, Ted, Patty and Jerry on Snake Island with Cedar Key in the back ground.
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Cedar Key Lighthouse

Lighthouse located on Horse Shoe Key is only open to visitors twice a year. The University of FL has a maritime rescreach station here.
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Wicket and Scout

The two buddies relaxing after a busy day of guarding the RV.
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Monday, February 19, 2007

Sunset on Cedar Key

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Cedar Key


View from our campsite in Cedar Key, FL about 130 miles north of Tampa on the Gulf of Mexico
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Sunshine Skyway Bridge


Jan and Ted with bridge in background. We are heading toward St Pete, then to Tampa and a couple nights a MacDill AFB Famcamp
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Air Boat ride in the Everglades

Jan, Jo, Ron, Karen and Frank plus other tourist and our captain, Mike
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Everglades resident

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Ted and Jan on Marco Island

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Key West Lighthouse & Keepers Home

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Another Great Meal


Marie, Frank, Karen, Jan and Bruce at Fogarty's
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