Selected Photos From North Captiva And Cabbage Key
First - North Captiva!! Accessible only by boat, some people actually live on the island. There are no cars, as there are no ferry boats that can carry cars that go to North Captiva. You do not really need a car anyway - the island is mostly empty. Open deserted beach. No crowds. The way it should be.
Some of the houses on North Captiva are rental units. If you can arrange for your own transportation to the island (I recommend a boat - unless you are a good long distance swimmer), you can stay there.
The second stop of the day was Cabbage Key. This is a privately owned island, but it is open to the public. There are various rental cottages, and a bar / resturant. People do live there - the owner of the island is one of them. The staff also live there - as the commute to work would be a bitch every day. This is the resturant - and the original house first built on Cabbage Key. Well part of it is anyway.
A dollar is just not worth shit anymore. This is apparent when you go to Cabbage Key. The value of a dollar has dropped SO LOW, that people have resorted to using dollar bills as wallpaper.