OTR with M and R travel blog

Eating a plantain. They take forever to ripen and I couldn't wait....

A plantain

More plantains fresh off the tree

Drinking a Anheuser Busch Straw-ber-Rita. Several of them and Mango-Ritas were left...

My new hat

Eating out again. Another favorite place. The Breakfast Club, Too. Ate here...

It was a blackened shrimp benedict. I forget to take pictures sometimes...

A mimosa for breakfast.

A super lobster roll for lunch when I went to Key west...

Street performers and vendors at Mallory Square during the sunset celebration that...

The "Wrecker" statue in a statue park with busts of dozens of...

The plaque describing the "Wrecker" statue.

Me at the Truman Little White House, where President Truman spent a...

Plaque describing The Little White House.

Trees at the Key West light house

Looking down from the top of the Key West Light House

Looking up at the Key West Lighthouse.

The lighthouse keeper's quarters

A statue at the lighthouse

Walking around the top of the lighthouse.

Looking down at an iguana in a tree.

The lighthouse spiral staircase

The light of the lighthouse.

Looking down at the people waiting to get into Ernest Hemingway's Key...

A view from the top of the lighthouse.

A panoramic shot from the top of the lighthouse.

Ernest Hemingway's house from the top of the lighthouse.

Another statue at the lighthouse.

Ernest Hemingway's Key West House

Touring the house

Inside the house

Another view of Hemingway's house

Looking into one of the rooms.

An OLD Airstream

The rear of the OLD Airstream.

The OLD Airstream pulling into his spot.


A lot of these pictures are of my trip into Key West alone to see all of the things Margie had no interest in. On one of our early trips into Key West we happened onto a sculpture park with about two dozen busts and descriptions of the influential people in Key West's history. I could feel Margie cringe when I began to look at them. It was decided then that I would come down some day on my own to see the historical parts of Key west and take the tours. So, on March 27th I toured the Key West Lighthouse, The Little White House, Ernest Hemingway's house, checked out Mallory Square a little, and read every damn one of the descriptions of the two dozen historical Key West figures in that sculpture park. I toured Hemingway's house in Cuba so I figured I should see the Key West one, too. I hope to do a Workamping gig at a lighthouse in the near future.



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