Sunday, March 25, 2012

Flowers On Olivia

The gruesome Conch Train made a splash of color between the bougainvillea.



I feel fairly certain this is a piece of Art but what it represents I'm not entirely sure. I thought perhaps a dog?



Olivia Street through The Meadows is pretty made colorful by the variety of flowers.



And cyclists.



And here is an empty lot for the enterprising. It always surprises me a city as expensive as Key West still has patches of open land with No Trespassing signs on them. It does not appear to be for sale.



I got quite carried away by the sight of the blossoms alongbthe street. Check out the pictures:



















This Vespa is identical to the GTS 250 I was riding when I started this blog in 2007. I rode it to death in ten months, this one is treated rather more gently I think.



More houses for sale.



And refurbishment.



And this one needs a fair bit of sorting out.



I liked this gate in the foliage. It reminds me of some stately mansion.



Olivia in The Meadows.



The Meadows is called that because it was a meadow before it was developed in the middle of the last century. The boundaries of the neighborhood are Truman, White, Palm and Eisenhower.


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