|Tell me this isn't worth it???|
|With a few of our friends!|
Charlie and I got an early start ( for me, not him), on a ride to Key West. We did 46 miles round trip, with a little sight seeing, including a videotaped message that we each did for a South African at the US's southernmost point!
|The KOA twins getting ready for a ride. Is this a KOA commercial? It should be!|
|Two pictures of Mike at the famous point! Two! Are there any of Pam? NO!|
We went with Charlie and Susan for a repeat performance at the Geiger Key Marina, with great food, sunset, and plenty of no-see-ums. Notice that I said sunset-----definitely the best sunrise/sunset combo of my sheltered life.
As all of this is going on, poor Buddy is travelling back home to Pittsburgh! He had a delay in Tampa due to a late arriving incoming plane. He finally got home to Pittsburgh around 5:50 pm. Being the smart, college educated guy that he is.....while still at the Key West International airport, he saw a Key West SNOW SCRAPER! And remembered that he didn't have one in the car waiting at the Pittsburgh airport, so he bought one! He sent us a picture of the fun he was having while scraping off the snow and ice (after 10 glorious days in Key West)!
|That's alot of snow that we aren't enjoying!! HA HA|
The combination of all the wind and the sun has totally fried my lips. This happened two summers ago when I was working in the sun 14 hours a day. Following advise from a doctor friend from Southpointe, I have been slathering my lips with Vaseline (yes, even in Key West) and they are not getting better. I looked online, and learned that most Chapstick products put ingredients in to make your lips dry out! ( so you buy more product). With further research I found that vitamin E oil is the best thing for your lips, or a product called Aquaphor. Even Vaseline doesn't heal lips, it just helps seal in moisture. I've been addicted to Chapstick since I started landscaping, 20 years ago. I'm quitting cold turkey and going straight vitamin E. There---- I said it!