I was thinking these were coral.
Thanks to "The Florida Keys Paddling Guide" which Monica gave me, I know they are sponges. I should have known, browsing Arlo's copy of the same guide on past visits.
Landed at 11:20
Back to Key West for a bagel brunch at Bill Rowan's.
The young lady was one of Arlo's housemates at Bard. I asked if they picked by hair color.
Brother Pete, sister Clare.
Mom and Aunt Carol. The latter drove Derek back to Atlanta, on her way back to Milwaukee. So Derek did not have to do the bus ride from Orlando after driving with me, the original plan.
Ashley's Dad, Eileen, and nephew, Jack.
Part of Evan's toast was saying he is looking forward to a nephew that looks like him. Brown haired Evan's boy, Phineas has red hair, like his Uncle Arlo.
Having another niece that looks like Elena would be just as nice.
The mothers can't keep from smiling.
Sadly, I had to say my goodbyes.
Old Bahia Honda Bridge
Seven Mile Bridge
It rained on and off in the Upper Keys. It must have poured on the mainland, standing water in the medians, later on, flood warnings on the radio. Back in Central Florida, no rain.