It’s a study. Not a decision. Fact-finding for future choices. Come October, Key West voters will decide if they want the city to ask the Army Corps of Engineers to do a feasibility study on the potential widening of the channel that connects Key West to the Atlantic Ocean — and its cruise ships. Problem [...]
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Fair warning: Not for the iguana lovers. If you get all muggly-snuggly over your resident iguanas, go read something else. Right now. Because … Smashed. Dead. I am not sharing my Key West bathroom with an iguana. Challenging enough to share it with four cats, a husband and the brown anoles with no shame about [...]
Y’all come now, ya hear. You know how polite people invite house guests to come stay a while? And, how polite people smile and say “sure” and never show up? That’s not Key West. Nope, invite house guests to Key West and they actually come. As I told my husband, “finally, we live in a [...]
January and February were demolition and construction months. In addition to the outside work, interior walls came down, floors were removed and the makeshift kitchen was installed in the living room — minus any water. We used the shower for dishes. But, day by day, we could see the architect’s drawings coming alive in three [...]
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Holden Beach, N.C. I grew up a Sunday afternoon’s drive from the towering sand dunes of Holden Beach. We’d park the car — mom, dad and five siblings under 10 — check both ways, sprint across the soft, sun-hot, barely-two-lane asphalt beach road with its non-existent traffic, then hike miles up and over the [...]
You may be wondering who in the heck is posting to this great blog in its infancy. Let me introduce myself, I am Lee Cunningham, Linda’s son, and CIO. I am a social technology leader for GE Power and Water, and part of my real life job is helping our businesses learn to leverage the [...]
Although all I wanted was to sked an appointment with my resident geek, he has now installed the new site. Gotta love that kid.
By the time, Michele Bachmann pledged yesterday to rally round the eventual Republican nominee for president, I’d wearied of hoping she’d come front and center as a viable candidate. She just couldn’t do it. There are a handful of analyses on the whys of Bachmann’s fall from the elephant, including an empathetic one from Washington [...]