Another Southern Sight
Yes, it can choke a tree from further growth but the mystical sight it provides is one of beauty and a slice of the true south.
Relocated to a quirky little island off the west coast of Florida and I'm in my element. Well, I'm a Pisces afterall. Surrounded by water and nature makes each day a gift. Our little town of 900 permanent residents is special, so visit here for photos and I'll share it with you.
Our island school is the focal point of many events which the community participates in. Reading night for the younger children, a pie auction before Thanksgiving to raise money for the Jr. class and it's refreshing to see even adults without children participating. We have grades Pre-K through 12 and the graduating class normally hovers around 16 students.
Cedar Key Highschool is the smallest public high school in the state of Florida and many graduates go on to Florida University in Gainesville, one hour west of the island. Appropriately enough, the school mascot is the shark.