Florida Keys (high 82, low 72)
The wind died down quite a bit yesterday morning and of course all the boats started going out. I had kind of been enjoying the winds though because it kept us cool. Now that its calmed down, we’ll start thinking of taking the kayaks out.
Al and I have been so lazy since we’ve been here. I guess we’re on “island time.” I think that’s a fancy way of saying….lazy!
Margie and Roger are leaving Monday, as their two weeks will be up. We’ve enjoyed getting to know them better.
We puttered around here yesterday, organizing, putting on the tire covers and getting the bikes off the rack. I would love to do a load of laundry, but I’m trying to save the sewer hose as much as possible!
Margie took Annie and Buddy out for a stroller ride yesterday. Little Buddy weighs all of 3 pounds but you’d never know it by the way he barks at the big dogs! He must think he’s a big dog.
That’s Annie up front in the dress. Buddy is much more laid back. Margie said Buddy was having some trouble recently and was very constipated. Margie looked online and found that pumpkin was the remedy. Evidently he liked it and it worked like a champ. Note the smile on Buddy’s face? Something good to know with the kitties.
Yesterday, we all headed down to Geiger Key and had lunch at our favorite restaurant. Margie and Roger wanted to try some fresh Hogfish. It was delicious as usual. Margie got a picture of the sandwich….I’m always too hungry to even think of taking a picture.
They had wings and oysters on happy hour prices, so Roger got a half dozen oysters (which he enjoyed) and al got a half dozen wings (also enjoyed), plus a couple pitchers of beer. I don’t know where they put all that food because the sandwiches are huge! Actually our kitties did get a portion of Rogers fish that he couldn’t finish.
Margie got a hair cut the other day and most of the color is now gone. Looks good, huh?
We saw so many iguanas walking across the highway on the way to dinner last night. They are all over the islands. Here is one we saw by the motor home.
Baxter spotted him and wanted to go take a closer look.
Speaking of Baxter. My “little” 7 1/2 month old kitten is up to 10.5 pounds. We think he is going to be one of those large Maine Coon cats that we’ve seen on the internet.
Here is a picture of another huge cat named Moose.
Baxter isn’t that big….yet!
*****Just a question****
Margie asked me yesterday why I had two “header” pictures on my blog? I didn’t know what she was talking about but she said two come up.
When I look at my blog, I only see the current header picture of the big bridge, water and Al kayaking.
Do you see two header pictures as well? If so, that’s not supposed to be that way and how do I fix it?