Aunt Leonda fixed a great southern breakfast and Anne's cousins Carey, Alyssa, and their son Graham came over to visit as well. Uncle Bob and Tony took a look some odd tire wear on the trailer and discovered that the bearings needed to be re-packed and the trailer needed new tires. Fortunatly, Uncle Bob is an expert and taught Tony how to take care of everything. This meant Anne got a little longer to chat and Michelle got to spend time with Graham. After some hard work and a few hours we were finally on the road. Everyone was really excited to be somewhere they had never been before. The drive through south Florida was very scenic. The views from the Florida Key Causeway were fantastic. Was saw parts of the old railroad and some really neat communities. We didn't stop anywhere but took note of places we want to stop a on the way back. It was a long haul and we were hoping to make it in time for the sunset. We didn't quite make it. We dropped the trailer at the southernmost KOA on Surgarloaf Key and drove the
30 minutes for there to Key West searching for dinner. We made it to Mallory Square just after sunset. Mallory Square is on the west side of the key and is a popular spot to watch the sunset. It is also where cruise ships dock when visiting Key West. There were still a few street performers and vendors in the square by the time we got there. We found a waterside restuarant to eat at and finished the evening watching the distant thunderstorms.
My name is Tony Wilson. I, my wife Anne, and my Daughter Michelle live in Atascadero, CA, and lead typical lives, we like to think.
We love traveling... all over the place. Often, our travels are routine, or only slightly exciting for a short time. Good things in life come in small measures. However, on occasion, we do have more epic journeys and people like to hear about them. These are our travel sagas.. I hope you enjoy them.... full info