Sunday, October 25, 2009

Cute boys, a sultry sunset... and yes, more cute boys

Don't ask why I am posting this blog at 3:30 a.m., but cute boys, a sultry sunset on a clothing-optional catamaran... and more cute boys were among the many things that made our first full day in Key West wonderful.

Bloggers Rod McCullum and Joe Jervis, Sirius' Frank DeCaro, fellow EDGE contributor Mike Diamond and Josh Koll and Josh Hellman of are among those who Steve Smith of the Key West Business Guild invited to this subtropical paradise for the next five days. Boy in Bushwick wore his sarong throughout the night--two drunken women on Duval Street called it a skirt!

Jim Cantore of the Weather Channel certainly had a great time at Fantasy Fest's Coronation Ball outside La Te Da on Friday night, but perhaps one too many drag queens scared him away (or inside some more obscure room somewhere on the island.)

That said, here are a few pictures from yesterday.

Dawn breaks over Key West.

One of three lunch mojitos Boy in Bushwick enjoyed at the Casa Marina Resort.

The oceanfront adjacent to the Casa Marina Resort.

Key West AIDS Memorial at the foot of the White Street Pier.

This cat naps through the midday heat at Ernest Hemingway's house.

Mo mans the deck of the BluQ.

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