Monthly Archives: March 2009

Key West #7 – The Beach

I’m not much of a sun person. We fair-skinned, redhaired, Irish girls tend to burn. But I do love the beach if I can have some shade – or a big hat. So we rode our bikes to the Fort Zachary Taylor State Park and then strolled along the Gulf Coast. The water is way…

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Key West #6 – Stops Along the Tour

We took a trolley tour that took us all over the island. Our guide’s name was Michael and he was “awesome!” (that’s what he asked us to put on his comment card). While I was dreaming of giving up my job and moving to Key West, I decided that being a tour guide was a…

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Key West #5 – Randy Roberts

We saw a great female impersonator by the name of Randy Roberts on our last night in Key West. What a fabulous time! He looked amazing (especially his Cher!), was really funny, and sang his ass off! We just loved him! (hence all the exclamation points!!!)

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Key West #4 – Chickens and Roosters

While we were out riding bikes around the island, I heard a rooster crow. I thought “how funny! someone has a rooster.” A little while later, I saw a rooster and a chicken cross the road – seriously – they crossed the road. I found out later that Key West is a bird sanctuary, and…

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Key West #3 – Hemingway House

I suppose everyone who visits Key West takes at least a couple of hours to tour the Hemingway House. This is the studio. and the famous Hemingway cats See how this cat just worships our guide? It probably has something to do with the treats in his pockets. The bottom section of this water feature…

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