After Hurricane Irma there were a lot of destroyed Rv’s. There are still 4 left on the corner of Johnson Rd and Hwy 1. Today Monroe County is tearing them up to dispose of them. On our 2 mile walk we saw them working. We headed to Mangrove Mamas for happy hour and then to Douglas and Chucks for our last joker game of the season.
We took a time-out day and did some reading and relaxing.
John and I picked up Sally and headed to the new Truman Amphitheater. The free concert runs from noon until about 8pm tonight. CW Colt told us about it. But we haven’t see it promoted. Lots of great artists are on the line up. When we arrived there were a few parents there for the Bahama Village Music Program class and then the BVMP House of Rock Band. They were both really good. However, when they were done, Sally, John and I were the only one’s left in the whole amphitheater. CW Colt was up next with RB Tolar on electric guitar and Steve Super on Bass. Not sure of the drummer. Now Freebo a well-known singer songwriter joined them. They Freebo was up. Adrianne Z was up now and then Juliana MacDowell. Freebo is back. It was a great private concert for the 3 of us. From about 130pm until 7pm it was just us other then the occasional bicycler or roadie sitting out with us. Some parents came later for the High School Jazz Band. That’s when we headed out. We had a great time but felt bad that it was promoted properly and there wasn’t more people. We felt honored to have a private concert with great artists.
We did a nice walkabout this morning. Our departure time is coming up, so we did some pre-departure organizing. Now a little reading and a nice dinner. We headed to Looe Key Tiki to party with Micheal’s Rock and Soul band. We had a good group. Craig, Debi, Douglas, Chuck, Linda, Sue, Steve, John and I. We met a lot of friends there too. George and Darlene, Liz, Carrie and more. We did lots of dancing and had a great time.