Fall starts in Key West
Folks up north are pulling out the fleece and getting the rakes ready for the annual Fall dump.
Not so here, but it’s easy to tell when Fall begins in Key West. The thermometer reads 10 degrees cooler than the week before and the humidity drops 20 percentage points. And, the Harleys compete with the crowing roosters.
Tonight you can hear the rumble across Old Town as a counterpoint to the live music in the park and along Duval Street.
Back here in The Meadows, the breeze has picked up and it’s promising to be a terrific evening.
Have a great weekend!
Is it any wonder folks up the Keys occasionally (OK, a lot) wish Key West weren't so arrogantly dismissive of and willfully ignorant of the 21st century challenges they face? For 200 years, Key West was the legendary alpha dog for which local political control meant...