Key West | Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel
Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel

Hidden at the end of narrow Freeschool Lane is the last remaining acre of undeveloped land in Key West’s historic Old Town. How this priceless parcel escaped development is nothing less...

Key West is a free-wheeling, hard-partying kind of place that never seems to sleep. It’s the kind of place you come to people-watch. A place where anything goes, as long as...

I rolled into Key West on Friday evening, dumped my bag, and strolled down Duval Street to see what manner of craziness was afoot. Almost immediately I spotted a portly, white-bearded...

I finally made it back to Sarasota last Friday evening. As I exited the highway and drove west toward the downtown, I had the eeriest feeling. Somehow, this doesn’t feel like...

It’s official! I’m home free. I’ve sold my home on the Outer Banks. The deed was recorded this afternoon and I turned the last two keys over to the new owners,...

A happy Fourth of July to you all. I am spending my holiday at my favorite motel in the whole wide world, the Cape Pines Motel, located in the tiny fishing...