Saturday, July 20, 2019

A Cemetery And McDonald's

A short city walk on a hot afternoon produced a few pictures and no deep thoughts:
 The Key West Citizen - Friday, February 22, 2002

Barbara Mae Whitehead, affectionately called ""Bobbie," was born on June 22, 1921 in Key West. A life-long resident of Key West, she departed this life on Feb. 20, 2002, at Lower Keys Medical Center after an extended illness. 

Bobbie made an impact on the lives of all who were graced with her presence. She will always be remembered and appreciated. 

Bobbie was a member of the Key West United Methodist Church and she owned and operated Bobbie's Beauty Salon. She will be greatly missed by her loving family and many friends, especially those at Dennis Pharmacy. 
The old Conch shell at the cemetery was adorned with a wine bottle oddly enough:
We couldn't go in to check on it!
Rusty contented himself with things at his eye level:
And I at mine:
I stopped at McDonald's on North Roosevelt for a salad as recommended by my absent wife and found these bicycles blocking the wheelchair ramp. These days I notice this sort of thing and though I kept my irritation to myself I did post something on Facebook, which is not something I do very often.
And there was lots of room at the bike rack or almost anywhere in the private parking lot. Grrr.