Our 40th (Ruby) Anniversary

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The Cedar Key Bed & Breakfast where our daughters arranged for us to have the "Honeymoon Cottage" for two nights.

Atsena Otie Key our first day's destination, about .7 miles off shore.

Landed on Atsena Otie (note the cart used to pull the kayak ashore; I forgot to remove the wheels for the return trip and could not figure out why we had such a difficult time pedaling on our return!)

Diane fleeing from the wave of mosquitoes we encountered on the trail, inspite of spraying for bugs.

Cemetery on the island

Some of the ruins of the old industry that was once on the island

Your happy couple

Your fearless captain returning to Cedar Key

Sunset just at the end of the road from our "cottage."

Your happy couple

Looking down the street from where we parked. We never had to move the car the entire time we were on the island.

Second day's destination, Seahorse Key, between three and four miles offshore.

On the beach at Seahorse Key

I think we will call our kayak "Yeller Ruby" in honor of her color and the occasion of her purchase.

Returning from Seahorse Key to Cedar Key

Your intrepid First Mate