Look who we found digging a hole in the roots of a tree! Another one was seen making his escape over the hill.
As you are waiting for your turn on the gangplank, you look down and see this sign. I like it that Cabbage Key makes water conservation a priority 😉
Cabbage Key is pretty much a giant shell mound, with littler mounds around it. Here’s a really ancient shell from the perimeter of the main mound.
This is worth the climb to the top – 360 degrees of this!
We are done with lunch – delicious mahi mahi! Now for a brief roam around the island.
How’d you like to live here? As long as I had internet (satellite?), I’d be fine. This is the former home of author Mary Roberts Rhinehart – island was purchased for a pittance in the 1920s. Can’t wait to dock!