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Sugarloaf Key

I’ve been a slug practicing harmonica, so John went on a walkabout and I did some practicing. It’s a beautiful day and we headed to the pool. There were quite a few people there and got some rays, reading and relaxing in. Now it’s time to regroup and head to Looe Key Tiki Bar for Taco Tuesday and jam night. It’s starting to get crowded. We had 9 in our group tonight and had a table on the side. Of course, we had a great time.


Sugarloaf Key

Winter arrived in the Florida Keys. It’s only 63 this morning so I have my sweats and sweater on. It will be around 74 today and 66 tonight for New Years Eve. Luckily winter should be over tomorrow. Back in the mid 80’s and lows in the mid 70’s for the next 10 days.
We had an easy day, because tonight would be fun and late. John and I walked over to KOA around 5pm for happy hour, then nacho taco bar, then Haywire Band then New Years Eve. We never know exactly how many people will be partying with us. We got a couple tables and there were a few open beside us.
Our friends started arriving and throughout the evening we ended up with about 50 of us. We all had a great time, did lots of dancing, had lots of cocktails and champagne and rung in the New Year happy and safe. Haywire kept playing until about 115am so most of our group stayed and continued to party too. Richard gave us a lift home and it was another fantastic time.