Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Last couple of days in Key West - : (

We've had such a good time here.  When we arrived, on Feb. 9, it felt as though the days would just flow on forever.  We've done some things, we've chilled a LOT, we've eaten some wonderful meals, probably had more drinks than we should - just thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.  We'll likely come back next year.  The pictures I have to post today are a few from our latest kayak trip, from No Name Pub (pretty famous), from the statues sculptures (by artist, Terry Jones) around the Customs House, and from scenes around the harbor where the cruise ships dock.
wall at Meson de Pepe, off Mallory Square

he sits there for a while....then....

off he goes!

getting ready to start the kayak journey

gathering, waiting for the guide

still waiting....

there he is, talking about mangroves and critters...

Inside No Name Pub - dollar bills stuck to everything in the bar!!

I did say everything!

stunning mural in the Bank of America!  separate bricks painted, then added

closeup of the mural - all the Keys are included

I was really taken by this mural...

two of the scultures outside Customs House - man taking picture of the other sculture!

little girl, man fixing the flag...

HUGE sculpture of the couple - about 30 feet tall

another couple, life size

sculpture of the artist....look for another angle

boy throwing frisbee

this one is called 'Daydream' (look at man having the daydream, on the ground...)

man having an ice cream cone

another view of 'Daydream'

man looks real, doesn't he??

here's the other angle of the artist....

Customs House

TWO cruise ships docked

another view of the Customs House

look at the line of people waiting to get back on the ship!!

lovely flowers by the docks


this thing is MASSIVE!!

beautiful schooners passing the docks

more flowers

one more sculpture as we left the Customs House

as a young man, Dan worked for this guy in his museum!

inside the Meson de Pepe

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