Saturday, January 05, 2008

1st Saturday Sky of 2008--from Key West Florida!


I couldn't let Saturday go by without pictures of the sky today. It's way nice here, the temp was 71 day but breezy, and chilly in the shade. It should warm up starting tomorrow. The picture on the left is of the water on the way to Key West in the Saddle Bunch Keys, on of my favorite views in the Keys. The palmtree is on the Westin Pier in Key West. And finally, a sunset, from this evening, one of hopefully a few I hope to see this week.

12 comments:

vegasangelbrat said...

ABSOLUTELY Beautiful!!!! Always loved the sunset photo's. Glad its warm there for you, enjoy it!!

NH Knitting Mama said...

Nancy, thank you so much for sharing! Wow - - gorgeous! I have been lucky enough to go to Key West a few times, and I just love it there... Can you go to Kermit's for me and have a key lime cookie? ha ha... YUMMY!

Robin said...

Beautiful!! Thanks for taking your readers along with you!!

Miss Me said...

sigh... wish i was there! seriously - i hope that you're enjoying a much deserved warm holiday.

km said...

I'd have a really hard time going home if I were you. I've never been to Flordia, but now I'll be adding it to my list.

Dianne said...

Wow, it looks lovely. Just like a postcard! Have fun!

chanknits said...

Me too! Kermit's, and anything could be tasted/eaten on my behalf. The photos are lovely and I hope you're relaxing and enjoying the Keys!

Donna Lee said...

What a perfect Sat sky! Lots of contrast between that one and the one we had here, all grey and cloudy. I hope you are enjoying the warm weather.

Cycling Knitter said...

Wow Nancy, fab pictures, it sure looks beautiful. I adore sunsets.
America is on one of my top 5 places to visit in the next few years, thanks so much for sharing all you pics..
Angie

Anne said...

Oh just GORGEOUS! I am SO GLAD you got to go on this vacation - it's a wonderful thing for you, and such a great way to start the new year.

George said...

~sigh~

SO jealous!

rita said...

I was in Orlando on Jan. 5 for my granddaughter's birthday (and an extended Christmas break from school), and it was beautiful, about 70-75. Earlier in the week we had three COLD days--in the low 40s--with wind. But there were still palm trees and flowers, and grandkids, so I made my peace with it.