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Key West – America's Southernmost City

Key West – America’s Southernmost City

 The isolated island of Key West marks the southernmost point of the United States. Situated at the end of the 106-mile long Overseas Highway which links the chain of islands hanging off the southern tip of Florida, Key West has inevitably developed as a haven for artists, writers, divers, fishing enthusiasts and those wanting to escape run-of-the-mill life in mainstream America. 622 more words

Florida

The 1950's Kitchen

Good friends came to visit last week, so we put them to work!

The formica table and chairs have been sitting unused in a boarded up camp for over 20 years! 76 more words

Art

Key West - Day 2

Day Two

Dad was up early.  He walked to a coffee shop on Duvall St.  For a establishment that was almost empty, the two baristas were extremely busy.  2,917 more words

Travel

Key West's 151 Year Naval Station History

Key West has long since had a military presence with its current emphasis on Air Force. In the past, the Navy was the overwhelming Big Brother of the Keys with an astounding amount of personnel in the area. 223 more words

Key West

FDR's Last Trip to Warm Springs

by Kaye Lanning Minchew

On March 30, 1945, President Franklin D. Roosevelt returned for the 41st time to his Little White House in Warm Springs. He came with friends, family and his dog Fala. 324 more words

Remembrance

Kitchen Update

So over Christmas I redid my kitchen cabinets, and they look amazing! I promise to get some pictures up soon, but I keep waiting because it seems to be constantly changing! 55 more words

House & Garden