Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Simonton Street

A cool sign in front of the new firehouse.


Sarabeth's, in what it's website describes as  a landmark clapboard building on Simonton Street. I like the windows. 
What an odd shirt I thought to myself. In a country that reveres the flag I find he habit of making objects out of it to be peculiar. 

Summer rains, lush foliage and overcast skies: still beautiful Key West.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Was worried about you when you didn't post right away. Glad to see that you're ok after weathering the hurricane.

KWBound said...

Glad you made it through the storm and are out and about. That was one for the books. Thank God it's over. Now the really hard part begins. Good thoughts are with you.

Anonymous said...

I was beginning to worry about you....thank goodness you are well...I'm not sure I can say the same about the Keys....from Boston, JD

Me said...

Glad to see the beautiful parts of Key West.

Ginney Camden said...

Was glad to see Layne's post that you and the rest of the PD station were safe. The spotty images we've seen on the news look bleak for Key West. I wish you all the best as you begin the cleanup and move forward.

gina in alabama said...

It is wonderful to see your post! I am so glad you and the PD are all safe and in the right place to support the recovery.

wientzer said...

Look, this blog was auto-uploaded prior to the storm...

Those areas look nothing like that now.

Sandi Foster said...

michael i hope that your home has escaped a lot of damage...

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Nancy Morgan said...

We have been thinking of you during Irma. Hope everything is okay with your home and you do not have too much damage. Best of luck to you and all the people of the Keys. God bless.

Shawn Stanley said...

wientzer said...
Look, this blog was auto-uploaded prior to the storm...

Those areas look nothing like that now.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 12:43:00 PM EDT

I agree that might be the case. As far as I can tell, Key West has no electricity, as of this comment posted on 12 Sept 2917, 2300 EDT. No weather reports from the airport or anything, except the NDBC station in Key West at http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=kywf1 which I think is solar.

Not sure why Conchscooter would set up an auto post but I don't know much about the inner workings of blogger.

Hopefully Conchscooter will post again when the power is back on.

KWBound said...

Conchscooter's current "realtime" posts and pics of the aftermath can be found on Instagram. He's alive and surviving and out and about. Yay Michael!!