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Sugarloaf – 28Apr17

We had our coffee, paper, lake walk and did a few projects. Now we headed to Key West for some shopping, and an oil change for Ruby. Now it’s fun time. Our first stop was Irish Kevins and Irish Kevin was playing. Kevin’s is always fun. Next we headed across the street to Rick’s to see Yo Adrian. Adrian is always fun. Now we went to the Green Parrot. Jason Ricci and his band is doing sound check. Jason is a well known and great harmonica player. I have done quite of few of his online youtube harmonica lessons. So we enjoyed the music and saw Bob Paul and his wife Ellen there. We are ready for dinner and went to Roositca on Stock Island for a nice Italian dinner. Another rough day in the Keys.

Sugarloaf Key

In the middle of the night a transformer blew and we lost power. Keys energy came at 4am and fixed it. However, we had problems with our microwave. At 6am Jim, Larry and John headed out for fishing. Diane and I took a walkabout and visited with people then went to check out Jim and Diane’s RV that they are moving into today. After a late breakfast Diane and I moved their stuff and John and Jim worked on the microwave. The guys were able to fix the microwave which was fantastic.
Now some grocery shopping and then we all regrouped, picked up Sally and headed for Looe Key Tiki Bar. It was jam packed but Gary and Maddie was there and had a table with 5 extra seats. Martin’s grand-kids (The Kids) Kyle and Mackenzie are in town with their friend Jayson. There band name is “Edgewater”. Mackenzie on drums, Jayson on keyboards and vocals, and Kyle on saxophone and vocals. They played 4 songs as just their band and the crowd loved it! Chicago Sandy got to play but only a few songs. Kyle played a lot on sax. Mackenzie is 16, Kyle is 18 and Jason is 20. Jim and Diane headed back with Larry and we stayed until the end.

Sugarloaf Key

It’s a beautiful day. We kidnapped Sally and headed to Venture Out early afternoon. Howard Livingston and the Mile Marker 24 Band is playing. We were in line early and that was good because 500 tickets were sold. We got tables and Steve, Sue, Peggy, Russ, Marsha, Pete, Tina, Joy, Sally, John and I were there. As always, we had a great time, ate, drank, danced and partied. After the concert, we headed to Steve and Sues for a nightcap cocktail.