It's a "Keysie" thing
We spent a total of nine days in the Keys traveling from Key Largo to Key West. We ate at many wonderful restaurants, kayaked, hiked many nice trails, went sight-seeing, toured storm damaged areas, and laid soundlessly on the beach. In hindsight, we probably could have seen it all in seven days but all-in-all it was a wonderful experience and glad we added it to our itinerary.
Here are some pictures I took while traveling in the Keys:
(And abandoned motorcycle)
(Mile Marker 0 on Highway 1 in Key West)
Another Key Deer. It is said that Irma destroyed 25% of the Deer population.This poor guy had an injured back left foot.
(Southern most point in the Continental USA!)
(Roosters and chickens roam the streets in Key West. They rule the roost. This rooster was directing traffic)
(This is my street!)
(stopped in for appetizers. Dean, the outside bartender was an entertaining and friendly sort. He really made our evening.)
(Sunset at the Sunset Grille in Key West)
(Hog's Breath Saloon has a live webcam. I called my brother and told him to tune-in. He sent me this picture)
(Christmas in Key West)
(Willie T's Bar has a fifteen year tradition of people stapling dollar bills to every surface in the restaurant. It's kind of weird when you first walk in but after a while, you realize each bill tells a different story)
(I put a dollar on wall! Guess which one it is?)