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Travel, Food & Drink, Florida Island Living

You found the place for chronicling the Florida life and times. Florida’s 1200 plus miles of coastline sandwiched between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean gives rise to some of the most magnificent scenery in all the world. We are here to lead you though your journeys from culinary pleasures to places tucked away behind a stand of palms.

Cedar Key waterfront

Cedar Key – A Florida Road Trip on the Gulf Coast

Can you imagine the largest cities in Florida as bright stars in the sky?  Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville, Tallahassee and the ever-developing Orlando area would be as bright as a full summer moon. But that wasn’t always the case with these metropolises. In the early 19th century those bright stars would have been Fernandina, St. Augustine, Key West, Pensacola and a little protrusion into the Gulf known as Cedar Key. The major cities as we know them today weren’t more that a thought!

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