Seascape Motel and Marina
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... a little goofy (I think it was a touch of heat stroke in all of us) and Barbara our waitress didn't take kindly to the laughing - but laugh we must so we laughed. I had liked Barbara as she declared me to be #1. But when I commented that her pink shirt made her exude awesomeness she demoted me to #6. WHATEVER Barbara! As dinner came to a close, we got the Best news of the day - a quote from Philip Kline, Esquire - "I'll buy the pie" - Whoo hoo! Key lime pie ...
... at the harbor and it lit up the ocean and all the buildings lining the waterfront.
We had to head back to get the car but before we left Key West we wanted to check out another beach that was signposted and although at this point it was dark, Dan said it looked like a nice white sandy beach, so that was on the agenda for tomorrow.
The next day, as you can guess, we went back to the nice white sand beach, Smathers Beach, in ...
... by the one and only Michael McCloud himself. There he was, cracking jokes and singing all the songs I knew from his album. It was a pretty cool surprise!
After enjoying lunch and live local music we walked around for a few hours enjoying what Key West has to offer, including beautiful old homes built in an architectural style reminiscent of New Orleans, Ernest Hemingway’s house, and the Southernmost Point marker (which isn’t even located on the ...
... us they were only a phone call away.
Even though we were looking forward to seeing family and Naples, our departure from Fort Myers Beach was bittersweet as we left behind our friends. But it was time to go and so we did. I must say, it was not our finest exit as we got confused at the channel markers and ran aground briefly. (Why do we always do that when we leave the Good Captains?) But we eventually got things sorted out and headed south. The seas and winds ...
... Otter amphib for the departure off the runway to fly at about 500 feet out to Fort Jefferson on Garden Key in Dry Tortugas National Park. And what an awesome flight it was. We spotted shipwrecks, turtles, sharks, and porpoises from the air.
Because of the early flight, we literally had this historic fort to ourselves. We wandered through the halls where Dr. Samuel Mudd was held prisoner (he was alleged to be ...