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Reddit Soccer Tropical Hibiscus Hawaiian Shirt
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U.S. Navy men walk down Duval Street in Key West on Jan. 23, 1912, in a parade to honour the Key West arrival of Henry Flagler’s first Florida Keys Over-Sea Railroad train. Courtesy, Monroe County Public Library Photo by Unknown /Monroe County Public Library

They were bunked three tiers high and mosquitos on the island were rampant and the workers “dealt with it by covering their bodies in diesel and kerosene fuel,” said Rowell, who rattles off entertaining stories of those days. “Flagler was a son of a Presbyterian minister so to keep the workers isolated, he built the last section of railway here so they couldn’t walk the two miles to town and two and a half back. The difference was the staggering.”

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Article content Even though the railway, and later the highway, opened up trade and tourism, the Keys still seem a little lost in time. There are no 40-storey highrises, no proliferation of big box stores, malls or endless strips of hotels. Many businesses have been there for decades, like Marker 88 in Plantation Key. The casual beach restaurant opened in 1967 and gained a little extra cache with a cameo appearance in the hit Netflix series Bloodline, which was filmed in the Keys. The Southernmost House Hotel in Key West was built in 1897 and supposedly Thomas Edison oversaw the original electrical design and installation. The Victorian-style mansion was a speakeasy during Prohibition and hosted five presidents in its 125-year history. It has beautifully stood the test of time. Advertisement 6

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A large portion of Key West is a designated historic district with architecture dating to the 19th and early 20th centuries. Homes both grand and modest sport plantation shutters, wrought iron railings and charming verandahs, a style imported from the Bahamas. One of these housed the Keys’ most famous resident, author Ernest Hemingway, from 1931 to 1939. A guided tour of the home, pool, writing studio and garden – complete with a gussied-up urinal he supposedly ripped off the wall of his favourite bar, Sloppy Joes – is a must-do for any fan of literature.

Lots of bars, restaurants, a rum factory or two and numerous T-shirt shops exploit the Hemmingway connection and stories abound of his larger-than-life exploits there. But there’s a new breed of raconteur in the Keys these days: young, energetic entrepreneurs with the same storytelling gifts as Papa.Maxwell Irwin is what’s known colloquially as a saltwater conch, a native son of Key West. (Transplanted mainlanders earn the label of saltwater conch after seven years.) A child of hippies who journeyed to the Keys in the 1970s in a VW van, Irwin himself has roamed the world. He’s lived in Berlin, Spain, and Paris, but was drawn back to the opportunities and lifestyle in the Keys.

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“It’s a one-of-a-kind island.”

A guide with Key West Food Tours, Irwin shares his enthusiasm for his home and culture with endless entertaining stories of local characters, food, and nightlife. He talks about speakeasies and long ago brothels, of gay parades and the wild Fantasy Fest Zombie Bike Ride (make a note to go, it’s Oct. 22). During a pit stop at El Siboney restaurant, he praises the Cuban family who serve up the best black beans and sangria this side of Havana. “It’s authentic regional cuisine, and they’ve been open for over 50 years. It’s a real community spot.”

Florida Keys Brewing Co. Owner Craig McBay, originally from Burlington, Ont., samples one of his wares. Photo, Michele Jarvie jpg

Further north, in the Upper Keys, is another local hangout, the Florida Keys Brewing Co. Just as Flagler had done a century prior, Craig McBay took a chance and followed his dreams south. The Canadian left Burlington, Ont., in 2000 and eventually landed in Islamorada where he and his wife Cheryl opened the area’s first microbrewery in 2015.

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“As we were opening, my wife and I, we bought our first house together, we had twins, signed a lease on this property all in about a year, and then quit our jobs. You hear about taking a leap with a business. Well, we took a big one.”

The Florida Keys Brewing Co. Is a popular hangout in Islamorada, with 20 beers on tap named for locals, both man and beast. Photo, Michele Jarvie jpg

It’s been a success, expanding from one small tap room to having brewing, bottling and storage facilities, a retail shop and beer garden. Clad in flipflops and a tan, McBay regales visitors with stories of each of his 20 or so brews: Big Dick in honour of a departed friend, Iguana Bait infused with the pesky reptile’s beloved hibiscus, and Bale Beach Pale Ale, a nod to the Key’s disreputable past when packages of drugs or cash would wash up on a nearby beach.

“We try to play off of local legends or everyday life here… You’ve got to have a little bit of fun you know.”

Indeed, the Florida Keys are renowned for revelry and a strong streak of independence, perhaps owing to a man who doggedly pursued his vision of a tropical tourism mecca.

A busker walks a tightrope at the sunset celebration in Key West, Fla. Every night people gather at Mallory Square to be entertained by singers, tarot readers, comedians, and jugglers. Bob Krist/Florida Keys News Bureau Photo by Bob Krist /Bob Krist/Florida Keys News Bure Share this article in your social network Advertisement 1

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Reddit Soccer Tropical Hibiscus Hawaiian Shirt
Reddit Soccer Tropical Hibiscus Hawaiian Shirt

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