Cedar Key Bed and Breakfast
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It was a great feeling pulling back into Nature Coast Landings in Crystal River. We spent four days visiting with friends, riding our bikes, swimming in a real heated pool and of course sprucing up our lot for our winter renters. Several folks have asked what the inside of the Cottage looks like and we realized we had not posted any pictures of the inside. So we took a few. Here is where we slumbered, watched movies, read, knitted and made wonderful dinners.
We had our alarms set for 7 A.M. to get an early head start to Sugarlands Riding Stables! Because we have so much to do in the 16 days, we can't stay in any one place for too long, but Camp LeConte Luxury Outdoor Resort (where we stayed last night) is definitely something we’ll be returning to. We both thought, "I wish we had more time here."
As we started to pack up, we noticed a little beagle wandering around the camp. ...
... for being the most dangerous two lane highway in America. Given the nature of Florida drivers I believe it. And alligators, wild boar and panthers too! Now, we are nestled in our rv site/boat dock in Key Largo and plan to sail and snorkel on the morrow. Morrow it is, and sail we did. Swam too, but the water was not clear enough for snorkeling. We had a considerable row back through the mangrove lagoons to get to our CG, and I'm probably a better man for it. Tomorrow, Key ...
... fun to do...and we found it with Manatee Springs SP. This place was perfect! We called the park and confirmed they had availability for the next couple of nights, jumped in the shower, packed up and headed out.
Once we arrived at the park, we picked out campsite 20 and set up shop. Once we had the tent up we went to the local Winn Dixie to fill up the cooler and Wally World to get a tent fan (we would not have survived without it). Back at the park we ...
... the sun was shining and it was a sun whose warmth you can feel through your skin. We worried that the tour would be tourtisty/cheesey/kitchy. It was none of these. Our Captain Mike (one of 4 Mikes working for the company, but not the boss Captain Mike) is a marine biologist who has spent the last 30 years working the waters of Florida, was serious about his profession and highly informative, but at ...