|Used a Makita to Drill the hole|
All that walking made Mona hungry for her second breakfast, so we stopped at the Six-Toed Café where all the tables are in the shape of cats’ paws with six toes. There we had Key Lime Pie which Mona declared was the best Key Lime Pie she ever had…and that’s saying a lot because Mona is a key lime pie expert!
Our next major milestone was truly a milestone….or rather a milepost. Milepost 0 for U.S. Route 1. Route 1 begins in Fort Kent, Maine, at the Canadian border and travels almost 2400 miles to this point. All that distance, just to get here!
Duval Street is just a couple of blocks from Milepost 0 and Mona has been itching to shop so off we went! First stop, Crazy Shirts! Second stop, another Crazy Shirts down the street. Third stop….you guessed it…back to the first Crazy Shirts. Is this crazy or what?!?!
|Sunrise on Key West|
The rest of the day we walked, shopped, ate seafood and then repeated the cycle. It was a day of sacrifice…all those oysters, conch and shrimp who were sacrificed to satisfy our seafood cravings! So many seafood restaurants here and so little time!
At 6:00 we headed back to Mallory Square for the sunset. Again it was a carnival atmosphere but with lots more people than last night. But no super sunset tonight; too many clouds. So glad we got the great sunset last night!
Finished the night visiting The Garden of Eden….who knew it was here!?!? Then a late night dinner at Forgarty’s. (seafood of course!)
We love Key West. This is a new favorite place for us and we plan to come back. However, we have decided that when we return we will need supervision. Serious supervision!