Because of there is so much to do and see. And because of the:
- Weather - even though it has rained 4 or 5 days in the last week, it is warm and we have had our share of sun!
- Sunsets - this is the view from our campsite
- Habitat for Humanity - we hooked up the group again this year and joined them in a 'Brush With Kindness' effort in old town. We stained floorboards for the wrap around porch.
- Sloppy Joe's - popular tavern frequented by the regular and the famous, including Ernest Hemingway in the 1930's
- Capt Tony's Saloon - where Sloppy Joe's was until they moved down the street.
- The Audubon House was a real surprise. Very interesting display of his 'Birds of the Florida Keys'. My favorite is the Roseate Spoonbill.
- The closest flea market is down in Big Pine Key, about 30 miles from KW.
- We love the Old Town Trolley Tour - it goes around the entire island and tickets are good for two days. While we were waiting to catch it, we struck up a conversation with Andy, who just happens to be VP of Marketing and Sales. And he extended our tickets for a week!
On that happy note, I think we will wrap it up for this edition of the Roadrunner Chronicles! Thank you so much for joining us.
As always, comments are always welcome! Until next time...