Got on April’s laptop to get caught up on posting some pictures.
(insert pic of me siezing lobsters)
Here is the view of the grill New Years Eve. Fresh langousta and Grouper. Had huge shrimp but didn’t put any on for some reason:
From the screened patio and out the Master Bedroom window of the townhouse we were in till Christmas Day:
Looking straight across the canal to Sharkies where a band played every night including X-mas eve. We walked over one night for an excellent meal w/ the best service in memory. They occupy the left half of the building and Ocean Divers the right:
(For some unknown mystery of the cosmos I am unable to load the picture of Sharkies. There are a couple of other pics I wanted to load as well but for some reason can’t. Tired of trying and just need to get this post up and move on.)
Almost happened. We are staying at Key West Inn located in Key Largo. Nice townhouse, 2nd story w/ upstairs master bedroom. Screened patio faces south and overlooks a canal full of boats. The charter dive and fishing boats begin making ready around 0700. Nice place to watch the sunrise. However our lease ends Christmas day and we were having no luck securing a permanent residence. Hotels are filled w/ holiday tourists. We considered th be possibility of parking at a store and walking into the state park before they close and hiding on the woodland paths to spend the night on benches. We could shower in the nice bath house in the mornings. However we managed to make contact through an agent w/ the owner of an apartment. Actually the first one we looked at the morning we got to town. It is being renovated and typical of many contractors they dissapeard at near completion. We convinced her that we didn’t mind the condition, we just need a home and the agent drew up the paperwork for us to sign today. It took the agent ten minutes past her close time and she won’t be back till the 27th. Definitely last minute and down to the wire. I will get some pics up and some links for what we are doing later when I