Due to unforseen circumstances I had to cancel my trip to Key West. Oh well, maybe some other time.
Sorry to hear you cant make it down. My wife and I were planning on keeping you very busy between sunset cruises, fishing, diving, touring, and riding.
Nuke anytime you think your too hot I'll be sure to offer you a trade on some property in South MS if you wanna see what real heat is like. I lived in Orlando and Fort Lauderdale. It's not as hot as you think LOL!!!
I guess i will have to take his place then!Sorry to hear you cant make it down. My wife and I were planning on keeping you very busy between sunset cruises, fishing, diving, touring, and riding.
I hope to meet you again in the future and lets stay in touch. :bigthumbsup:
Sorry ya had to cancel! Hope nothing serious came up.
Forget the Hurricanes......the Oil is going to swallow Key West95 degrees with 95% humidity is frickin hot!!!!!
I have been lanning that already! I just forgot to let you in on it!Juice109, if your ever in the neighborhood, look me up. :bigthumbsup:
Key West is cool! I love it! But not in the summer! That's a winter trip, especially for people from up north!Forget the Hurricanes......the Oil is going to swallow Key West
I understand folks of your age experience hot flashes !! I'm also glad that your premonitions don't necessarily become everyone else's reality. :joke:
NUKE I seem to remember last time you were down here you looked like you were having a good time so why are you making KW sound so inhospitable ?
Key West is cool! I love it! But not in the summer! That's a winter trip, especially for people from up north!
I hope you don't see the oil in KW but here is a reality check for ya...Its called the gulf stream!
Yes I will admit in the summer It can get hot but we often get an ocean breeze and we are usually cooler than the mainland and way cooler than Orlando area. As far as the image you supplied it may convey the false assumption to a layman that the black dots represent oil. If it was oil it could only represent suntan lotion from remaining spring breakers off the Yucatan Peninsular. What we are seeing is an image of surface currents. I concede the possibility that oil may make its way down here. Thats why my name is already on a volunteer list to wash and clean sea birds and other marine inhabitants. Before you post photos and provide your ESP sense on future environmental calamity's please keep this in mind. As tourist cancel reservations due to something that hasn't happened yet Young men like my stepson loose charter work offshore due to cancellations. My wifes Art Gallery on Duval St. looses customers because someones shouting fire when nothing has happened yet. Its only prudent to prepare but lets take things one day at a time.
The photo below from yesterday still shows the bulk of the spill off in the central Gulf.
The shop is called "Guild Hall" at 614 Duval Street. Its the one with two stories and about 12 artists.Gregg,
What's the name of your wife's shop? I have a few pieces that I have purchased from a few different places!
See, I do go to other establishments than Teasers!:drool:
Man I want to get down there! Could be there before the cover charge even starts!