On the Gulf at 11:38
Number 2 Bridge
The next generation
Great egret wait for the fan to turn on to keep cool. Shell pile at Southern Cross Seafood. Next to the Number 3 Bridge
Roseate spoonbills, a Cedar Key staple.
Which is a good thing if you want to get on the wi fi from my favorite hotel.
Inspecting the Honeymoon Cottage
Low tide may make in difficult to paddle, but makes it better to see birds during the slow time of year for wildlife.
feeding spoonbills In the channel that leads to the Downtown clam fleet. Clam farmers need to time the tide to enter from this end.
Grab a Snickers
Number 2 Bridge (s) Lloyd and Jeff. Old, and new.
I would be leaving before sunset, so I tried to get couple of quasi sunset looks.
Ready, or not, more not, to go at 7:40
Headed out of town
Perhaps I'll see it again.
I did, tonight, Friday, but is was mostly cloudy.