Krusen with the Kruses travel blog



St. Mark's River

Our view for most of this trip

Trees harvested not long ago

Ready to plant baby trees

They're growing

And growing

Ready for harvest?

Aucilla swamp & river

Highway Dept seeds lots of pretty wildflowers

Suwannee Lumber Mill

"Historic" Suwannee River

Don't think these wildflowers were planted by anyone but God


No. 4 Channel - heading into Cedar Key



Home for a couple of days - nice site by the water

View out our back window

A couple of tragedies

Beautiful view

Sunset from the deck


Another short move today from a beach to a key. We drove 172 miles & about 170 of them were thru commercial forests - not much to see but trees.

As we approached Cedar Key, we crossed No. 4 Channel & were pretty much surrounded by water instead of forest. Sunset Isle RV Park was recommended to us by some people we met at Betty's in LA. It's an older but very cute rv park & we have a site backed right up to the water (& mangroves - but we still have a view of the water). We sat outside in our chairs for awhile this evening - it was a beautiful evening. About a half hour before sunset we went out onto one of the decks for a prime view - we were not disappointed. Sunset was gorgeous!

Tomorrow we'll get out to see what's on Cedar Key. One thing we learned from the Cedar Key map & guide is that 95% of farm-raised clams in the US are grown & harvested in the clean waters of Cedar Keys. We'll have to see if we can see some clam farms(?). More later...

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