Monday, February 8, 2010

Sunrise To Sunset

In order to fully appreciate life in the Keys, you need to put in a long day- from sunrise to sunset and then on into the night. The subtle then brilliant colors of the morning sky, the changing colors of the waters throughout the day, then the night time falling colors of sunset over the ocean and night lights as they come up on the strip of Duval Street are a constantly changing source of fascination. There are strolls to take along shady and historical streets. Seafood to be caught and dined upon. Conch shells to blow and cold beer to relax with seaside on a hot day in February. Parrots in the trees and sometimes even riding along on a golf cart. Friends gathered around the table at Margaritaville. Palm frons bowls and hats to weave, escape artists and high wire acts, bag pipers and looking glass lookers. And just maybe a green flash for the very lucky on just the perfect end of day. That and much Key West.

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