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Recreation dock at Cedar Key

Recreation dock at Cedar Key

Cedar Key consists of a group of small islands reached by a causeway, with a tiny town and port at the end. This is almost the only place where one can drive to the Gulf shoreline along this southern part of the "Forgotten Coast".

Cedar Key, Florida

Date photographed: March 10, 2015
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Restaurants on the waterfront at Cedar Key

Restaurants on the waterfront at Cedar Key

The one-block commercial waterfront in Cedar Key is like a tiny sample of Key West.

Cedar Key, Florida

Date photographed: March 10, 2015
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Cedar Key public fishing pier

Cedar Key public fishing pier

A new public fishing pier at Cedar Key.

Cedar Key, Florida

Date photographed: March 10, 2015
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Cedar Key historic district

Cedar Key historic district

The picturesque small town of Cedar Key has a couple of blocks of mostly authentic older buildings. John Muir spent some time here in 1867 when he contracted malaria.

Cedar Key, Florida

Date photographed: March 10, 2015
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Mangrove islands at No 4 Bridge on Cedar Key causeway

Mangrove islands at No 4 Bridge on Cedar Key causeway

The causeway that connects Cedar Key to the mainland jumps from one mangrove-fringed island to another.

Cedar Key, Florida

Date photographed: March 10, 2015
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