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... truck and was not soaked or ruined).
It literally looked like a tornado of sand and water had hit their camp. The tent was collapsed, soaked, and covered with sand with Mari and Zoe huddled inside. The shade structure was blown down and several of the metal support poles had snapped. Pots, pans, chairs, towels, the camp stove, shoes, sunscreen, and food were strewn everywhere. We had left the lids off one or two of the plastic totes, and everything inside was floating ...
... area. We found some that we liked but it will have to wait until next year, because it is getting too hot in Florida and we need to get out of dodge.
I am going to try something new with this post. I do not know if it will work, but I posted a video of the Keys, instead of pictures.
We will be heading north on May 28th, so if any one wants to get in touch with us use either email or cell phone numbers.
... which would put us about half way to Marathon. Even though we would not be traveling together, it was comforting to know that somewhere out there on the big, blue ocean we had company
The weather was good the day we left Napels with seas and winds predicted to be manageable if not ideal. We made a graceful exit from (meaning we did not mix up markers or run aground) and headed out to the Gulf for our second solo journey. Unfortunately, the winds soon picked up as did ...
... to do? Well, we found that the tolls are collected by a system that photographs your license plate and then sends you a bill for the toll plus an administrative charge. Ok, we can do this but we also saw that we could avoid the admin charge by setting up an online prepaid account. Ok, I do this and put $35 on the account.
We headed out yesterday morning happily knowing that we were all set for the toll roads that ...
... it's a little scary to be there all by yourself. Big thunderstorm came up while she was there. Would have been funny if she got struck by lightning in KW cemetery. To die in the cemetery. Huh? She also ate at Garbo's again. The Kogi Beef Tacos are to die for (so she says--she didn't give me any). No pepper sauce this time! Then she went shopping. Too bad there are so many tee shirt stores on Duval Street. She bought preserved lemons and glass bedside carafes at ...