Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Sunset Isle, Cedar Key, Florida

We only spent two nights in Cedar Key at Sunset Isle RV Park & Motel, and I am not certain I could have lasted more than that at this park. The people are nice but they are crammed in so tight I had to move our truck just so one neighbor could get out and another get in.  Also could not get WiFi and the cable was horrid.

We visited with Dan & Jonell Anderson, a couple we met while working at Amazon in 2012, and even discovered that Forrest & Jeri Bone arrived for a few days.  Such a small world.  The park was nice and quaint; painted to attract people and give it a homey, welcome feel.  The food was real good at their café and they make some wonderful fudge, which Jim & I bought some of - there was such a variety it was hard to choose.

The sunsets from the campground were great; all we had to do was walk out onto the deck and watch.

We drove into Cedar Key one day and went to a museum but did not go in; we did walk the nature trail there though. Then we went to a boardwalk along Gulf Blvd. next to a cemetery. Found a geocache along the boardwalk and finally dropped off the trackable that I picked up in Tennessee. At the end of the boardwalk was a nice picnic area with a beach and exercise stops.

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