The museum gives the history of Cedar Key and the surrounding area. The museum also has a home from the early 1900 as well as many items original to the house.
For all you west coast history buffs, John Muir spent time in Florida also.
The Williams House.
The state did a great job preserving the home and its contents.
After spending time at the museum, lunch was in order. We decided on the Rusty Rim since it was on the water.
Can't ask for a much better view while you enjoy your lunch, yes, the one out the window not the cold frosty beer....lol
Sheryl has been craving Oysters Rockefeller since we arrived in Cedar Key, so that was her order. She said they were ok, not quite as good as she had hoped, but settled her craving for the time being.
I went with the Fried Clams Lunch Special, the clams were very tasty, and you can tell they were fresh from the area. Overall a good place for lunch, great views and cold beer...........what more do you need.
It was a good day out, as we begin to wind down our time here, pretty soon we'll be headed out and on to our next destination. On a different note, we were not able to get the new travel trailer, so we'll just sink a little cash into this one and get her all fixed up (still be cheaper in the long run) and wait till things get a little better. We are still happy and able to live our dream.
Ok all, until next time, keep lovin Your Life as we do ours.......................