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... to the pier for Commotion in the Ocean! This was a big catamaran which took us out into the Key West ocean for two hours with a jazz band, food, and most importantly drink all included (boy did they regret that!). It was one if the girls' birthday, so this was the perfect to celebrate, and it didn't stop there! Once back on dry land we headed to a few more bars, finishing at Sloppy Joe's where things got very messy. Returned to camp at 3am and passed out in the ...
... them to return to the wild. Those that are too badly injured are kept for us folks to see. There were hoards of pelicans, primarily. They're noisy birds and quite bold. We also saw two different falcons and a small number of other species.
We walked on to Crane Point. A beautiful spot, it is, overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. The lighthouse that I mentioned before is seen more ...
... wounds (the rate of which is high over here- not surprising considering EVERYTHING is so blinking sweet. Even the bread and vegetables! Becky and I have been fantasising over plain boiled Brussels and potatoes!!!! No sugar or butter!!) Overall I was really impressed with this hospital. Despite it's small bed size it still provides a very wide range of patient services and really empowers all staff members -it's like a ...
... kayak, as the limestone in the water would rip it up, so as volunteers we were allowed to utilize the employee canoes, which we did. We were able to get into the back country and go through the mangroves and lakes. Our first trip out, however, was along the Florida Bay over to the Snake Bight (a bight is a bay within a bay) where the birds were roosting. It was an interesting experience in that we had only once before been out in salt water ...
... Joe's, where Ernest Hemmingway used to drink in the '30s. It's a pretty unsalubrious dive with dollar bills stapled to every inch of the ceiling, so a quick flash of the camera and on we go.
It's the same affair with Audubon House, a key attraction but one that doesn't quite seem worth the steep admission price being, essentially, just a house with a pretty garden - and there's an abundance of those. So we head over to the marina just as the skies start to cloud over. ...