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More than 700 manatees swim in the warm water springs throughout Crystal River, a record-breaking population in Citrus County. With about 5,000 manatees living in the wild, Crystal River ...
... to find that the problem is solved by finding a dry carpet on the cabinet floor tomorrow Since leaving Hilton Head the weather has been cold, 40-50, with clouds every day. Started to rain today about 1pm and is still raining at midnight. Ready for some sun. We went into Cedar Key for dinner and enjoyed home made clam chowder and oyster po boy. Really good. The town is very old with few amenities. The ...
... really likely that you are suddenly surrounded by 30 snorkelers at once (I have no idea why that shouldn’t disturb the manatees). The manatees, however, took the crowds more relaxed than we did. When we arrived in the lagoon, the number of other people was still okay, but a few minutes later, it was so crowded that we couldn’t wait to escape (the best option to avoid the crowds would probably be to come here with your own kayak at 6 clock in the morning. We arrived at 9 ...
... the quirky shops, funky painted buildings, and the friendly folks. Sawgrass Motel was clean, uniquw, and directly on the wter in the heart of the village. What more could you ask for?!
All you can eat local seafood at Seabreeze restaurant was enjoyable, as ...
... our $12 a day rental car. As we walked outside Becky made the brilliant observation that, “It’s 70 degrees here. See, it won’t snow and we will get home just fine.” Yes, baby, yes, It is hot here but Atlanta is hundreds of miles north in a completely different climactic zone.
Somewhere outside of Crystal River, we ended up inside an old WalMart for Becky to buy some kayak suitable attire and this wasn't even ...