Banana leaves: that's how you know this town is on the hot end of the spectrum because, yes we have bananas growing wild.
And then I caught a glimpse of the traveler palms, supposedly a source of water in those thick stems for dehydrated travelers. Apparently the water is black and stinky. But if you are thirsty better than nothing.
Aronovitz Lane is named for a federal judge with some tenuous connection to Key West...but despite being a Conch and graduating Key West High, he actually practiced in Miami. Nowadays he has a lane and a courthouse named for him.
Buyer beware! Parking issues for sale. Pretty much all over Key West parking is an issue.
This yard on Mickens Lane has a keep out sign in the distance. I wondered if wandering the yard would be okay as long as you kept out of the house.
Fixer upper sold. I wonder how much you get for a house with broken windows and many repairs. Doesn't bear thinking about in a town where an affordable home costs a quarter of a million.
A few cars lined up...like I said parking is a an issue in this tiny town.
I sued to own one of these with all touring gear. It was a great bike which I bought used in Ft Myers when I lived there and rode across country to California when I decided to move back. A problem free ride.
New suspension street side:
Weird signs as usual: