Thursday, January 1, 2015

A New Year And Nothing Changes

Thank you for following my blog for these past seven and a half years. I am looking forward to the same again.

Gas is not as cheap as it is in the rest of Dixie. Regular at $2.75 a gallon gets our attention in the Lower Keys.

The ET4 takes premium. Grr.
Cruising the south shore of the island made me want to pay a return visit to the East Martello Museum next to the airport.
In an effort to sneak some riding time between overtime shifts I have been playing scooter tag on  ADV Rider. This one got squeezed out by a quicker post: "Your Scooter by a TV location." I was going to use the MTV House on Key Haven:
I wasn't doing so well then I also missed the scooter by a gym picture...but I got out a bit and rode anyway. By the time I had the picture someone else had already posted.
Happy New Year Everyone!
If you are in Key West could you please not hit anyone, vomit in anyone's front yard, not fall down drunk on the sidewalk (it frightens the visitors), not drive drunk (I will take my car to work as a precaution) and try and remember you aren't as funny as you think you are when you are drunk. Much appreciated.


5 comments:

Trobairitz said...

Something tells me you were probably busy in dispatch last night.

Your gas prices don't seem bad compared to Oregon. Visited family in Coos Bay on the coast last Sunday and we paid $2.59 for regular, it is a little cheaper here in Corvallis though.

Conchscooter said...

Gas prices in the Lower Keys are hsually the highest in the tate (Key West is a wealthy zip code) though on the whole most people here use less gas as they don't drive so much. I wouldn't mind revisiting Coos bay...in the summer.

TrimSlim said...

Happy New Year! I have been enjoying the blog. Lately the posts have had the ET4 in them. Is all well with the P200-sure hope so.

Kirsty said...

Happy New Year! I found your blog a few months ago when I was looking for the low-down on doing jury service in Key West. Now it's a daily habit. Thanks.

Conchscooter said...

The P200 has completed run in sand needs to be fine tuned. Soon it will be the turn of the Bonneville to get an siring.
Welcome to the blog Kirsty. This is as a friend of mind out it, the Seinfeld of blogs, nothing much happens but it keeps on happening. Year 7 and counting.