I watched these tourists dithering with their map and no certain idea which way to go. I tend to forget how confusing this little town can be, yet one is constantly stumbling over people trying to figure their direction of travel.Then there are those who know exactly which way they are going and bicycle travel remains the easiest way to get there.The International Energy Agency recently issued a rather blunt report saying renewable energy cannot hope to provide sufficient power for seven billion people. Even as we start the slow path in the direction of engines other than those powered by internal combustion. This electric work truck is still rare, even in Key West. Even so bicycles are practical and cheap and they really do work well.I favor my motorcycle of course even though it isn't one more among the ubiquitous Harleys. Or you could easily rent a scooter and ride to the beach.
Or let someone else do the pedaling.
And I have noticed that many more pedi-cab drivers are Americans these days. During the boom years they seemed to be exclusively Slavs. And we give the final word to alternative transportation of the home built kind. Solar power to supplement the electric energy to run the motor. The future perhaps, for all of us?