The high points of Cedar Key are staked out by various civic-ceremonial structures. The Baptists and Episcopalians got two of them.
The community got one, and put the water tower there. After all, drinking water is a scarce and valued commodity in these—and many other—parts.
The final peak (such as it is) is capped by an “Indian Burial Mound.” Much of it has been borrowed away, and what’s left looks rather eroded. So you understand what you’re looking at, the retaining wall label clarifies….
Note that an easy stroll around the Key’s streets gave me several flights (registered by the Fitbit), unlike the flats we explored around Crystal River yesterday.