|This was full of live coral and brilliant fish, lobster, sea urchins... now, next to nothing|
Sunday, March 27, 2016
Thursday, March 17, 2016
|The "working" tools used to remove the old rubber|
|Afterwards, you pound in the cotton|
|When the groves are sanded, you tape it all off|
|Squirt in the rubber and let it set up|
|off comes the tape leaving the gaps filled and water tight|
|Then you scrap off the old varnish and...|
|Start the process over again. Oh, lord, I know why you build fiberglass boats!|
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
|First, we had to consult the marina sign post for directions!|
|A stop at the Helling's house Museum|
|Small print but an interesting house|
|Three brass monkeys sitting on a park bench... about $20,000|
|nice banyan tree|
|Chickens wander loose all over Key West... dinner on the hoof, if you can catch them!|
|12 years doing this stunt. He is on a 10 foot high unicycle!|
|This gymnastics routine pulled in several bucks.|
|Finally, at sunset, the schooners sail across the sun set.|
|One of them up close.|
Sunday, March 13, 2016
|Ready to roll|
|The hardest part is trying to find a place to park when the "parking lot" is full.|
|Waiting for the bus to Key West|
|I loved this car!|
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Harbor is a great place to stay for a day or several months in the winter.
This is where we have spent the winter down in the Florida Keys.
The Yellow is the anchorage and the Red dot is where the houseboat is on the bottom.
After half of an hour up came a part of the houseboat.
So, if your anchor is stuck, give diver Chris a call!