|"Fill 'er Up"?|
|The "Big Top"|
There's a few restaurants that boast the local seafood. And, a couple, that hit hard times, and had to close their doors.
|Freshest seafood in town|
Like St. George Island, Eastpoint has never been incorporated, so growth is slow. Most of the people here, make their living on the water. And with the recent troubles in the oyster industry, (see "Trouble on the Bay"), it's getting harder and harder, for people to make a living here. But, they'll never stop trying, because it's all they know. And being on the water, is what they love.
This is "Old Florida". The way things used to be. People move at a slower pace, and they appreciate the simple, good things in life. Like a good day of fishing.
When you drive through places like Eastpoint, Slow down, and take a close look. Don't get in a rush. There's not many towns like this left. What I consider, the jewels of the south.
|An "Old Salt"|
|Oystering the old fashioned way, is hard work. But, being on the water is what they love.|
|Living life at a slower pace|
Eastpoint is a place to be treasured for what it is. And we can only hope it won't change for awhile.