A little overcast and cooler morning. We took our lake walk and visited with Richard along the way. We headed out with Linda and Tom to Geiger Key Tiki to see Howard, Tim and Rick. We had perfect seats and met 2 new friends, Laurie and Dave from Cleveland. We had a great time and Chicago Sandy got to play Wild Thing and Sweet Home Chicago with Howard, Rick and Tim. We had a great time. On the way home we saw a beautiful full moon over the water.
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We were having a domestic day and it turned into a Key West Day. CW Colt is playing at Smokin Tuna at 5pm, so we picked up Sally at 330pm and walked Duval.
We stopped at Capt Tony’s but our friend Bo Fodor was just finishing his set. So we continued on to Irish Kevins. Our friend, John Solinski was playing and he’s always fun to listen to.
Now we went to Smokin Tuna and CW was just starting. We talked for a few minutes. We had a nice table up front by the bar. Some big storms are coming and about 730pm they arrived. John had secured us 3 seats at the bar and we moved over there. The stage is kinda covered so CW played a little bit longer. But then the wind came. They brought the plastic curtain down and that was it.
We stayed and had dinner while it was pouring. There was a break so off we went. We didn’t quite make it to the car before we got soaked. That’s ok. Lot’s of lightning too. We had a fun Key West afternoon and evening.
We went for a morning bike ride out to the burned out bridge. Along the way we saw a couple deer and a raccoon. There was a guy throwing a net to catch some bait and we saw hundreds of Mullet along shore. We headed to Looe Key for tacos and jam night. Chicago Sandy did lots of jammin. I did a duet with Marc and sang Mary Janes Last Dance. I’ll be updating my Chicago Sandy harmonica youtube and facebook page soon.
We did our morning lake walk and visited with Larry for a while. He is getting packed up to hit the road tomorrow morning. Now John is doing some RV work and I have to test my electronic music equipment. Time to regroup. Larry walked with us to Mangrove Mamas. There were 13 of us today. Linda, Tom, Dale, Carolyn, Jerry, Char, Debbi, Dave, Richard, Joy, Larry, John and I. Glen Harmon and Bob Jaeger were playing. We all enjoyed, great friends, food, drinks, and music. We had a beautiful sunset while walking home. John and I had a nightcap outside enjoying the perfect evening.