It was a great tour and we learned alot about Cedar Key and the surrounding area. Plus they were running a sale on some really nice ball caps with the society's logo on them, so I couldn't resist picking one up.
As luck would have it, the Tin Can Tourists were having a rally at a campground just a few hundred yards away. As luck would have it, we had nothing to do that day either (imagine that....lol). So we took a stroll down to check out all the old RVs. If your not familiar with the Tin Caners, they are a RV Club dedicated to the preservation of vintage RVs. Most of this rally was made up of vintage travel trailers. The owners take a lot of pride in restoring them to there original condition. During the rally they also have an Open House, where you can tour the rigs and talk with the owners (some of which are real hoot).
It was great to see all the old rigs, as opposed to a new RV show with all the latest and greatest gadgets and gizmo's on them. To tell you the truth, I like the older rigs better, they had a style and class all there own.
Our Internet connection has been kinda iffy here at our site (owners are working on making it better) so we are running a bit behind on posting our adventures, so just bare with us, and we'll be caught up soon. We'll be posting some more random picture from around the area and also a day out on the water with our hosts, so stay tuned for for that, we had a blast and saw some great sights. A fun and busy last few days. We are headed out Friday for north Florida, so we are getting in all our last minute sight seeing while we can. Ok, stay tuned and we'll see you again shortly.