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This is one of my favorite lights. I haven't climbed it in 10 years. Once a year, it is opened up in October when the town does the seafood festival. You can catch a boat ride out then and climb. Our family took an airboat...More
Fishing around the key is awesome!
So many varieties and all of them are hungry!
Go during the cooler months if you want to go ashore or land on one of a thousand other islands you can see from there. Weather is a little unpredictable...More
Timing is everything. Be sure to check the weather before going out. We stayed on the leeward side of the island due to the wind and waves on the other side. A bit rough for us and as a result we missed seeing half the...More
We kayaked over here for the lighthouse open house, but decided to pull in before we got to the lighthouse since it was getting to be a long paddle. My wife spotted a shark in really shallow water and got a bit nervous. We walked...More
We rented a 18 foot poonton (from Tidewater Tours) to do some nature photography, specifically pursuing the magnificent frigratebirds. Since it is nesting season and hundreds of egrets, herons, pelicans and ibis are nesting, the island is off limits until July. However, from the allowed...More