When my hubby and I were dating, we would drive up to the quaint little town of Cedar Key and eat a fabulous seafood dinner. The food was always delicious and plentiful and the atmosphere was charming. We would relish the Cabbage Palm salad, fried shrimp or grouper and top it off with Key Lime Pie.
It has been many years since we visited again, but it sure seems like the masses have found this little hide away town.
Johnson's restaurant is long gone, so we tried the newer Seabreeze.
Although it offered an amazing view, the food was an average seafood menu. I can guess catering to the tourist crowd is never the same as when they mostly fed the native residents
There is a lot of Florida history buried in Cedar Key. Driving across the causeway brought back many memories of this small fishing community.
My beautiful Gardenia bush has been sharing it's fragrant flowers in
abundance. Between the Gardenia and Jasmines, the fragrance has been a
delight to the senses. Come join me as we sit on the porch and breathe
in their sweet floral incense.
The lace tablecloth belonged to my Mom and she had it for as long as I
can remember. The luncheon napkins were a gift from my step-mother who
brought them back from Spain in the early 70's.
Pottery Teapot made in England.
Crystal Pitcher was a gift from my hubby's Aunt. She passed away four years at the age of 96.
The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands ~ Psalm 19:1
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