Wow, it looks like a nice big one too. That is great.
Looks like quite some people enjoy having this new pier, eh?God bless you!Cezar
Oh for the romance of rotting wood, Jacob.
Hmmmm that water looks so enticing. But, no thanks.
When I finally get to Cedar Key I'm going to head here first, I think.
Very neat shot. the water looks like it must be full of fish. I would like to be on that pier fishing. MB
@ Small City - C'mon down!
@ Julie - I agree. The problem was the old, rotting wooden pier got blown halfway to Europe with the last big hurricane. So now it's concrete and steel.
I know it's been a while since we visited Cedar Key but the amount of traffic and number of visitors have really shot up. And cops in a cart! Fancy!!The new pier looks like it'll withstand a pretty serious storm.
@ Frank - I think the powers-that-be got tired of looking all over the Atlantic for the remnants of their pier after various hurricanes blew through...seems to me I read that this pier is supposed to withstand a category 5. Not sure I'd want to test that, though!
You are lucky to have such beautiful piers. Well framed!
Very nice blog. I have a Florida Fishing Pier blog with photos of Venice, Skyway, and Flagler Beach Piers. All piers are a great place to be and go fishing. All the best.
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