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Our final destination on the cruise was Key West, Florida, located off the southern tip of Miami. We were greeted with a perfect sunny morning. A walk through town then it was back to the ship for lunch. The activity for the day was snorkelling off the coast of Key West. A cruise of about one hour then we jumped in. We saw a few different types/colours of fish. Back on board it was time to return to the ship, our final ...
... canal. Unbelievable how many barracuda are in the canal. Also Blake] caught a shark but Dad has the picture of the shark with him on the plane. Went to the reef one day and snorkeled. Saw a huge Goliath Grouper. I can see why they named him that! Dylan was actually afraid of him. Go figure! Swims with Barracuda but afraid of a grouper.
Boys went fishing one day without Mom. They all came home. Yeah! She went to KW and took pictures of the KW Cemetery. See ...
... They caught these Bonito fish over a wreck in the middle of the ocean. Interesting thing to do. The wreck was a destroyer called Wilkes-Barre. Couldn't see it of course except on fish finder. It was in 250 feet of water. See pictures. After they went fishing they came home to me. I had a very nice day relaxing. Almost forgot to mention the baby iguana found abandoned in the orange bucket. What was mama iguana thinking. Blake wanted ...
... family got up. What's with that? It was 6:30 am. I must be dreaming. Soon they were scurrying around. Dad and boy's loading the boat and Mom making sandwiches. What are they up to?
Then they left me. Just as well. It was hot already. Mom made pictures of what they did and shared with me when they got home. They were all sweaty and pink when they returned. See pics.
Mom took a long nap. Must have been really tiring lying around on the boat reading and taking pics! I ...
... until Blake insisted I swim to the island. I'm glad he did. A dog could drown swimming around a boat. The very first thing we saw after getting on the island was a baby octopus. He was about the size of a quarter and he even squirted black ink. Mom, of course, had left her camera on the boat at that point. Too bad! She did make lots of pictures of other things later however--baby crabs, sponges, handsome dogs. See pics. ...