Sugarloaf Key / Key West KOA
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Good morning we are all up early the boats a rockin and a rollin but no one is sea sick so that's great. A huge cruise ship rolled in this morning right beside us the Celebrity Constellation so there will be lots of tourists in town today. This one cruise ship was followed by 2 others which completely blocked our views man these are big ships, and of course they stole our internet too.
... Kim is handling the waves really well the anti nausea medicine is working great for controlling that.
We decided on a cool little bar / restaurant in town for dinner it was great, live music which David loved he was such a good behaved little man. Key West is a very touristy town every other store is filled with tourist t-shirts etc.
... pit up stairs while we cruised along. We arrived at Hen and Chicken around 11:30 AM home of some good snorkeling apparently, Bryan had to do some work so the 1st mate cruised around the mooring buoy's until he was ready. There were 6 mooring buoy's there and it was a lot more difficult than I remember but I managed to get it done. Bryan and I swam there but the waves were really big which resulted in Kim being very sick ...
... sites. Our assigned site was more suitable for a tent without the view and was the smallest we had ever parked in. Still in basic hand signaling training the "directional positioning" challenge was well above Mary’s pay grade. A quick call to the office for a maintenance man to provide some experienced hand signals required for parking and a handy saw man to cut palm fronds from ...
... it was pretty choppy out there. At the last minute I decided to take Dramamine hoping to prevent sea sickness. It was still a beautiful day sunny and clear. The cruise was to take us about 6 miles out to a reef and from that spot we were to snorkel. There were 30 to 35 people on board, kids and adults it was a good mix of people. The closer we got to the reef the more choppy it got, that catamaran was rocking and rolling and so was ...