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The winds are howling at 32 to 35 at Marathon, the harbor's choppy, so I took a drive to Key West.



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Oh you poor thing hope you make to Mallory in time for the sunset ceremony. Was balmy here in your home in Baltimore today with temps in the mid 50s


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What a memory. I sat at the bar you either took that pic from or was right behind you to the side of the dinning area. Not the big full bar. I got there around lunch time, ordered a margarita. Ate something and ordered another. Long story short, we sat in those stools until 7pm and about 3 band changes. Even the first bar tender got off work, went home and came back and joined us for a drink. Had a great time. Even bought all the CDs from one of the bands. They were a parody act and I thought they were hilarious. When I listened to the CDs many weeks later, they were terrible.

After 7 hours of margaritas (and they make real killers), I had gone way over the limit. Sick as a dog the next day. Couldn't even stand the smell of the lime scented soap in my room without throwing up...... once more.

Bad, bad, bad........... Everyone that was there, reminds me of it to this day. Claim I set a record. I'll take their word for it.


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