How could you not have a good time at Cabbage Key?!
Two little girls having a great time in the sun, hungry for famous hamburgers.
Relaxing with a drink in your hand and no particular place to be is my idea of HEAVEN.
After a long day of taking photos, I take a brief moment to watch the time pass on the ocean.
Two paddle boarders, (dressed better than I do on most days!), expertly navigate the crystalline waters outside cabbage key.
An egret takes off, upset I have disturbed his roost while he begs for fish.
These little ones were so much fun! They jumped the whole way down the steps.
A group on their anniversary trip, they had just come off the water when I caught them telling a doozy of a joke.
Ducks galore! They couldn’t get enough of this water bucket!
Flowers in bloom just above the marina on this perfect day.
I love the history behind these cottages, apparently the folks from Mote Marine stayed here while doing research.
The island and its old Florida cottages put you back in time, it’s the closest I’ve felt to what it was like in the 1920’s in this area, where sawfish were plentiful and man was far and few between.
A pre dinner walkabout, wondering what lies below.
The STARS are so vivid out here, I swear I could count every last one!
Early morning looking out from our cottage, wishing we could stay forever.
The best burger in SWFL. Absolute.
The dining staff were so nice! You could tell they loved their jobs.
Another cottage swathed in wildflowers, what a place!
The tip of North Captiva, where some very interesting fishing shacks still exist.