Don, if that deep fried key lime pie sends you on some kind of a moral death spiral at least you'll go with a smile. A really big smile :grinI’ve been here before but haven’t tried the fried pie. I’m closer to burdines than my last visit here and will consider dinghying over to try it. I am concerned that fried pie sends me down a whole new hell hole of scum level.
In my experience that's a pretty accurate description of the derelict crowd.Most of the ones living on their sailboats ( some without masts) weren't at the tiki bar at happy hour -they were in the park drinking out of bottles inside paper bags - not a romantic sight. There was a small group living on a dilapidated steel boat that somehow was floating - they hung out by the boat ramp - overheard a couple of conversations - each time involved someone getting out( of jail I assumed) or someone missing their parole appointment. ( made mental note to always lock truck door)
Well this "gentleman" showed up after we moved here. A lot of things washed up with hurricane Irma, most days you roll with it. Other days it's frustrating how long it's taking to get back to normal. A lot of it - including the policing of derelict boats - is going at a crawl because FEMA money has been held up in Washington.You moved to escapeville.
This is not new.
Now youre pissed.
I also understand your frustration.
We're working hard at keeping ALL the seafood down here under control. We keep the grill busy.Id work hard to keep the lobster infestation under control