You know you're O.L.D. when you see a place like this and your first thought isn't , "what a great view they must have", but "OH look at all the steps to climb with groceries"!!! :)V
Nice shot! Looks as if there are many nice seafood restaurants around...God bless you!Cezar
Had to laugh over Virginia's comment!The lines and height of the masts and their ropes, seem to have stretched the very building itself, Jacob.
Very nice looking place, and I'm getting a chuckle out of Virginia's comment too.
Lots of steps...lol...my wife would divorce me if I bought that place. I would divorce myself if I did. But if I was 20 something I would do it. It is very nice.
Beautiful photos, Jacob. They are so sharp and clear, or perhaps it's my new widescreen monitor. :=]I always liked going to Cedar Key and it's been such a long time since I've been there. Don't know if I'll make it back there so thanks for continuing the blog..even if only occassionally..
@ - Thank you, Karen! One of the best things about Cedar Key is that it doesn't change very much...it's still the same old Cedar Key it always was, so it will be waiting for you the next time you get a chance to get up there.The big craft and art fair is coming up in October...can't remember the exact weekend, but you might enjoy that. Lois and I are planning to go ...
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