Posts Tagged ‘Key West’

Alice Takes Flight

Tuesday, June 8, 2010 | Tags: | Posted by Cole's Peace

I took my kids to Key West Airport over the weekend. The Experimental Aircraft Association has a program called Young Eagles. The Key West/ Marathon Chapter gave the local kids an exposure to aviation. Pretty neat stuff. Pictured are my daughter Alice and Captain Dan. Dan’s day job is being a pilot for US Air and he’s a certified trainer for Air Bus. Thank you Capt. Dan for the nice memory.

Memorial Day Weekend

Saturday, May 29, 2010 | Tags: | Posted by Cole's Peace

It’s Memorial Day Weekend and that is the unofficial end of “The Season” here in the Florida Keys. We had a very good season in Key West. We are looking forward to a good summer season that usually brings visitors from Florida, the Southeastern United States and Europeans. I’m very grateful that I call Key West home. I’m also very grateful for the ultimate sacrifices made by the members of our military. Thank you.

Sinking the Vandenberg

Thursday, May 27, 2010 | Tags: | Posted by Cole's Peace

Today is the one year anniversary of the sinking of the Hoyt S. Vandenberg off the coast of Key West. This historic naval relic was resurrected from the scrap heap and transformed into a spectacular dive site thanks to the efforts of two Key West visionaries, Joe Weatherby and Bill Verge. My wife Cathy and I had a ring side seat out on the water when they sank her. It’s a memory I will always have. Thanks Joe and Bill for your persistence and vision. We are a better community because of your hard work.

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