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As we approach hurricane season we always start to prepare. This was our place in 1950. It was the only place left on Dock Street after the storm and a fire that followed. After storms things are always better and since Hermine last year clams and oysters are doing great so eat em up. ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
My how History repeats itself! And to think my photo was taken at Low Tide, a good summer low tide, and there is still water under the building. The old photo shows it pretty high and dry?!
Gulf shrimp always seemed more plentiful the year after a storm came through. Wonder if there's data on that?
Happy Independence Day!!!
On the water we call this amateur day. Help someone if you see them needing it. Be safe...and eat lots of clams and oysters. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Happy 4th!!! B safe out there!
I would love to eat Both!! Overnight shipping? ?
"Find the way" is what the incoming Florida Cattlemen's Association's president Ken Grinner said last week as he ended their annual conference. I can't think of a better way to say it. As the amount of independent food producers decline each year that is exactly what we need to do. As food producers we need to educate the public and tell them how good the work we do is. We need to work with environmental groups and agree to disagree to protect our natural resources. Let's hope his leadership paves the way not only for the FCA but for all food producers. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
We'll be in town this week. I'm brainstorming ideas with my husband while on the way.....
Shawn said they were "waiting" on Dad...
This is a neat video about Cedar Key and the Suwannee River. The boat ramp they launched at in CK is not there anymore but was located on the City Beach where the kayak launch is now.
This film follows a Florida family on a boat trip excursion up the scenic Suwannee River. The vacationers start their journey at Cedar Key and stop along the way at several scenic spots, including Manatee Springs State Park, Fanning Springs and Rock Bluff Springs. They also view several sunken river... ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
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