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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Sunday in the lower Keys

Saddle Bunch Keys, Florida

After a very early morning rain, we awoke to a beautiful day in the Keys.  The southerly breeze keeps the bugs away and it was beautiful all day.  A passing thunderstorm or two interrupted the otherwise peaceful day. 

We stopped yesterday at the local Publix in Marathon to get some fresh Florida fruit.  That was very good with coffee for breakfast under the Tiki Hut overlooking Lower Sugarloaf Sound.

I discovered I had a blown bicycle tire.  The tube and tire need to be replaced.  This is a must as part of our daily routine here includes an evening bike ride over to the next Key and around the neighborhood there.  So, a trip to the Key West K-Mart is in the cards for today.

After seeing thousands of motorcycles headed north this morning, we thought there would be not too many more, but they just kept coming out of Key West headed back home.  We got to the K-Mart and got the tire and were ready to head back to the RV.  Thats when we realized that the road construction project on the main road along the waterfront in Key West caused them to make it one way.

After driving through some of the back streets in Old Town we finally found our way back north.  Its always interesting to see the houses, and characters of  Key West.  Sorry I dont have any pictures, I was too busy trying to navigate through the tiny narrow streets.

Bike tire fixed, dinner eaten, then our ride through the neighborhood watching the sun go down.

And as I mentioned earlier, the cats enjoy the view too!

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