UP TO THE HIGHEST HEIGHT. . . .


Marv the pilot and Laura by the plane at Cedar Key air strip

View of Cedar key from East to West

Another East to West shot - from the north side

Lower Left Land mass is the Kiss Me Quick section, where we live ... and the islands beyond heading south

Our little enclave. We are in the middle - not on the water

Rt 24 Crossing one of the channels to the island

View of the Island from the south to North

Atsie Otie - the original Cedar Key - an island off the main island - reachable by boat now

Marv - our Pilot

Keeping 'er steady

Happy Laura, Oh Yes

Seahorse Key - now the research center for U of FL

Sandy Shores on the outer Islands

sand spits around a small island

Rye Key on the left - a "gated" community -- really, it has a gate but that's about the extent of it.

Just before Rye Key bridge is a point of land with a house on it -- my current dream

Close up of my dream point - see the shell ramp at the end? Launching kyack Point

South to North slice of the Island

Long shot overview from the Gulf

What a rush! Fabulous experience.

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6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Mark McCullough on March 7, 2012 at 1:49 pm

    jump

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  2. A Cedar Key friend told me that when I went up in the airplane, I’d fall in love with Cedar Key in a whole new way — anyway ya want it, – by land, by sea, by sky – it is glorious.

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  3. Looks like you had a special day filled with joy. So happy for you to have landed in a perfect spot! Love, Ellen E.

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  4. Posted by Harald Poth on March 16, 2012 at 10:28 am

    Great to see Cedar Key from the air. It really provides a great setting for all your adventures there.

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