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Cooke grew up in Cedar Key surrounded by seafood. He was always eating oyster, crab and fish out of the Gulf. His family had an oyster house where he learned to shuck, so it was a natural transition for him to start fishing for a living. I was 11 when I got my first crab trap and a little boat.

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Mayorkas warns travelers who will be hitting U. A day pass is your ticket to fun at these 10 cool hotel pools in Southern California. Expect long lines at airports. In winter, the park is one of the most reliable places in Florida to see manatees, the aquatic mammals that can grow to more than 3, pounds.

Nancy and I were foolishly willing to brave summer mosquitoes to lounge on the beach at Atsena Otie Island, but a summer squall loomed. Nancy had littleneck clams in a white wine sauce with fettuccine. Hot Property. By Michal Strutin.

A roseate spoonbill, dipping for dinner, swished its bill through the shallow water. Our boat mates were a fellow from St. Petersburg and a couple looking for a good beach on which to be married. Travel A day pass is your ticket to fun at these 10 cool hotel pools in Southern California. Business Visionaries. We passed a jumble of palms, bays, live oaks and red maples. Then it stopped, lifted its pink wings and flew into the gathering blue-gray night.

You can boat out to the island, lie on the beach, bird-watch and hike. The food was fine, but the wild mushroom soup was outstanding: smoky, earthy and thick.

Ranchers and plantation owners shipped timber, beef, cotton and sugar cane down the nearby Suwannee River. As we approached Cedar Key on Route 24, the world slowed down. Through the early s, Cedar Key was chief supplier of pencil blanks for Eberhard Faber -- until the cedar ran out and a hurricane hit in The factories, on neighboring Atsena Otie Island, shipped pencils across the shallow channel to what is now Dock Street. Avoiding souvenir shops reeking of incense, we headed to two galleries on Dock Street, where we admired glassware and copper lamps at Sawgrass and linen clothing and jewelry at Suwannee Triangle.

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Soon we could smell salt air. Perhaps our timing was off. Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options. Times Events. From both sides of the bridge, salt marshes stretch to the horizon. We explored Cedar Key for the day and were so taken with its waterfront and quaint historic center that I promised myself a return trip.

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After a quick stop to admire the beach, sea oats and palms, we beat the rain back to Cedar Key and spent the rest of the day browsing galleries. Inless than two years before he saw Yosemite, Muir walked from Indianapolis to Cedar Key, lick he recovered from want fever. The dressing sounds weird but tasted so good we asked for the recipe. The birds are large and black, with deeply forked tails and enormous red neck pouches on breeding males.

Near dusk, we went to the Fourth Bridge to loll and watch birds. Visitors can swim the crystalline spring waters, hike and bike along trails, check out the cedar swamp boardwalk and canoe into the Suwannee River -- as long as they keep a respectful distance from the gentle, endangered manatees.

The next day we were ready for the sea, so we caught a tour aboard the Lady Pirate. In a state bursting with tourism, the Big Bend is one of the least visited areas, known for timber and cattle, not cedar parks and golf resorts. The shallow waters are a natural fish nursery and key supermarket, as rich in life as any habitat on Earth. Southwest Airlines is pushing back plans to selling alcohol on flights after a recent increase Florida unruly passengers.

Pullouts here offer some of the best bird-watching in Cedar Key -- or anywhere in Florida. We sat briefly to enjoy our view of dolphins breaching and vagina terns on the wing. We barely noticed the immature bald eagle, ibises, cormorants and others crowded on the island.

A hotel day pass is your ticket to fun pool time on a budget. After the hurricane decimated everything on the island, the town moved to its present location.

That night we dined at the Island Hotel: soft-shell crab glazed with sherry, rich crab bisque and succulent fish en papillote, aromatic with East Indian spices. Natural Experience keeps odd hours but exhibits fine photography as well as wood sculpture. At low tide, wading birds pluck fish, frogs and small crabs from the mud. The next day we went by Manatee Springs State Park. We could see the pier to our right, pelicans sitting smugly atop pilings and a great blue heron waiting for an angler to throw a fishy snack. Cedar Key, Fla. Wowed by the roost The next day we were ready for the sea, so we caught a tour aboard the Lady Pirate.

Nancy and I intended to take the tour, then be dropped off at Atsena Otie for a few hours on the beach. The first time I visited Cedar Key, in the mid-'90s, I was working on a nature book and decided to take my mother along for part of the journey.

Low tide also reveals the oyster bars that lie between land and water. The Historical Society Museum has artifacts dating from prehistoric peoples who lived here 11, years ago. About Us. B2B Publishing. The forest ended, and a low bridge came into view, one of several connecting a cluster of islands to the mainland. Times Store. Flying over Memorial Day weekend? We reached the easternmost bridge, called the Fourth Bridge, and were compelled to stop when we saw herons, egrets, black skimmers and orange-billed oystercatchers.

We were feeling so relaxed in the airy bar that we decided to stay for dinner. After a railroad connected Cedar Key to the Atlantic Coast inthe goods went out all along the Eastern seaboard. American white pelicans scope out the catch off Cedar Key, whose salt marshes are a fish nursery teeming with life. The best part was the balcony, which looked directly down into the Gulf of Mexico and out toward Atsena Otie. Cedar Key is not the sort of place you stumble on.

Nancy and I stopped at Dock Street and its collection of seaworthy buildings. Built over water, the street is anchored by a broad pier where people cast for sea trout, redfish and flounder, and where tourists eat ice cream and watch pelicans.

The John Muir exhibit caught my eye. A growing of tourists has found it too, drawn by the quaint, off-the-clock town and the nearby national wildlife refuges and vast salt marshes teeming with fish and fowl. But those who do venture here are rewarded with a taste of old Florida: Sinuous, watery channels part low marsh grasses undulating in the sea breeze, giving the landscape the look of a sensual jigsaw puzzle.

We saw great white egrets, little blue herons and a clutch of red-billed white ibises.

Our captain took us to Seahorse Key, where the University of Florida has marine labs and, more important, where hundreds of birds mate and nest. We had visions of palms and a lemon-yellow wash of sunlight on a turquoise sea, of pelicans sitting on piers and roseate spoonbills sifting through the shallows of a marsh. More From the Los Angeles Times. The Island Room and the Island Hotel are the two top restaurants in town. I had a smoked chicken ravioli appetizer and a main dish of grouper piccata.

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Two museums can offer more background on the area. Cedar Keyhole and Island Arts carry a mix of oil paintings, mixed media, pottery, garden art and basketry.

Despite the comments, the White House continues to dismiss any suggestion that it would create a federal document certifying COVID-vaccination status. After unpacking, we set off for a drink at the Island Room Restaurant at Cedar Cove, a great place at sunset because of its expansive view of the water.

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