Elliot. You are my brother, from another mother.
Leave your umbrellas at home. Those are for rain, not shade. If there’s one lesson that sticks out in this life of mine, it’s work really really hard, and then party equally as hard to offset that madness. The in-between is where “normal people” come from. Tonight……here… :)
This is what wakeboarding in Key West looks like. I made this whole video on my iPhone. Technology rules
This is the life. Key West, FL
Two things from today. I watched a local resident kick a rooster clear across the street to get it out his yard….guess thats why he “crossed the road” forever solving that mystery, and then the tour train driver/conductor drove by vocally barfing up his scripted lines on loudspeaker without one single soul on board. This is Key West.
The sights I see
It’s hard to resist
More things of Key West
I can’t help an immediate laugh that takes over my complete anatomy every time I look at this photo. This was taken around a decade ago during my senior year of high school, when some friends and I decided to rent a house on the spacecoast for a week or so to get our party on. The man on the right, Sam, who I (left) ended up calling Warp Speed the entire time, was the human of the trip by far. His hawaiian shirts, accompanied by his ever so witty remarks concerning “the need for more weed” made him the go-to-guy for some comedy relief while ingesting ourselves with all the bad things in life. Although we are both grown men accomplishing our goals in different directions, my memories can only bring him back to mind as Warp Speed. You’re an amazing human Sam. #Takenwithadisposable
I took this pic. God what I’d give to go back to this day. This is my best best friend Adam.
There was no Traffic here till I arrived
Current. Everything seem brighter and more vibrant here. #KeyWest
The Roux always had been one of my favorite photo appropriate settings