Landed at 10:20
Gulf Hammock does not exist,s far as my GPS is concerned.
Oliva reels one in Got clams and mullet dip,too.
Approaching Cedar Key
View from 324, 11:28 AM. No 3-4 PM check in at Park Place. If the room is ready, you are welcome to it.
I stayed in this unit at Christmas.
The rain came. Captions for the catamaran. "You aren't going out now?
"He's going out" "He has to. Clams won't harvest themselves"
It eventually stopped raining. On the water at 3:08
Spoonbills, on the other hand, don't just pop up for an instant.
On the oyster bar/wreck in the Number 2 Channel
Paler hues are taken with the water tight case on. Can't use the super vivid setting.
No dolphins off Cemetery Point
I was coming to the channel that leads to the Number Two Bridge when I saw dolphins.Did not get to the bridge for half an hour as I watched them.
Three channels meet here, has to be the reason for so many dolphins. And, the reason I see them here so often Eventually, I went on my way.
The oyster bar that had held roseate spoonbills was now under water. I almost did not see if they were in the usual high water roost.
At least 40 spoonbills. On every mangrove in a cove.
Into the choppy Gulf of Mexico
Landed about 6:30. Fixed dinner. Steak with yellow rice and clams and half an ear of corn. I left the usual potato at home
Last photo, from the back balcony of my unit.