45 mile bike ride for some Lebanese food?

Last time on this blog, we were eating Greek food in Tarpon Springs. In this post, (and to get ready for our upcoming bike trip), we cycled 45+ miles (round-trip) to meet a couple of friends, Flamur & Jordan, for lunch at Cedars Restaurant Lebanese Food & Shisha (food wasn't bad by the way - good lentil …

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Cedar Key Camping & Rainbow River Paddling

Recently, we had a great couple of nights away camping with our friends Justin, Simon & Lara at Shell Mound campground in Cedar Key ($15 RV spot, $5 Tent spot). We attended the Annual Cedar Key Small Boat Meet in Cedar Key, run by the  West Coast Trailer Sailing Squadron  - check out that blog post here …

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WCTSS 34th Annual Cedar Key Small Boat Meet, May 2018

Last month, we shared a blog post with you, per our 2017 RV trip visit to the Annual Cedar Key Small Boat Meet in Cedar Key, run by the  West Coast Trailer Sailing Squadron and we've just come back from another great Cedar Key event with them: The 34th Annual Cedar Key Small Boat Meet, which was held …

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WCTSS 33rd Annual Cedar Key Small Boat Meet, May 2017

As mentioned in an earlier blog post, we always plan to attend the Annual Cedar Key Small Boat Meet which is held in early May. This event is run by the West Coast Trailer Sailing Squadron and makes for a great couple of days on the water in the company of other small craft enthusiasts. We brought our …

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Seahorses and sea hares in the Florida panhandle

The Florida panhandle is an area that many Floridians have never explored and that’s a real shame. From it’s quaint small towns to it’s beautiful white sand beaches and it’s inherent wildness, it’s truly a great spot to visit. On our big 12 month road trip, we stayed at several of the awesome state parks …

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From the Gulf Coast to the Atlantic Coast & back again

Florida is an amazing state to travel in. We’ve been coming here for years, in fact Dominic spent some of his formative years in this state living in Palm Coast. In 2013 we decided to take the plunge and move to FL, from our home in Charleston, SC and we haven’t looked back since. Sure, …

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