Far too much of the old natural Florida has been “developed”, which is a euphemism for commercially exploited. While almost the entire coastline of Florida has been “developed”, they missed a few spots. Thank God.
The remote fishing village of Apalachicola on the gulf coast (Population 2,334) is one of those places. It retains its old Florida charm and continues to be a port for what many consider to be the best oysters in the world. More than 90% of Florida’s oyster production is harvested from Apalachicola Bay. The seafood lunch the RV Bunny and me had was outstanding.
We’d been hopping on down the trail together for over a week and having a great adventure. But it was time for us to take different paths and the RV Bunny needed to return to New Orleans. I took her to Tallahassee where she caught a Greyhound Bus back to Louisiana.
Next Stop – Kayaking Springs – Kayaking and Swimming with the Manatees