Tony’s in Cedar Key, Florida

A Review If you travel west on Florida State Road 24 from Gainesville to where the road literally ends, you find yourself in a bit of old Florida. Out in the middle of nowhere on Florida’s northwest coast is the little village of Cedar Key with its’ population of around 700. At the corner ofContinue reading “Tony’s in Cedar Key, Florida”

Seafood and Sunsets in the Keys

A Short Story A really long time ago one of our favorite stops in the Keys was the Islamorada Fish Company. It was actually a fish market on the Gulf side of Islamorada. There wasn’t much in the area and behind it were docks where fishing boats unloaded their catches for the market. The docksContinue reading “Seafood and Sunsets in the Keys”

Seattle’s Pike Place Market

    Seattle’s Pike Place Market Many cities have farmers markets and open-air venues where growers and craftsmen sell their goods. Over the years many have become local institutions and some boast regional reputations but there is only one Pike Place Market. When you come to Seattle some time at the market is a must.Continue reading “Seattle’s Pike Place Market”

Tony’s in Cedar Key, Florida

If you travel west on Florida State Road 24 from Gainesville to where the road literally ends, you find yourself in a bit of old Florida. Out in the middle of nowhere on Florida’s northwest coast is the little village of Cedar Key with its’ population of around 700. At the corner of D andContinue reading “Tony’s in Cedar Key, Florida”