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Plan a Visit to Quirky Key West

Water, water, everywhere...

With so much water around it makes sense that a large part of the Keys' allure is their rich marine life, their variety of water birds, and the coral reefs that attract snorkelers and scuba divers, alike. Whether you are 6, 16 or 60, with so many water-related activities being offered you can find your own level of enjoyment.

black box with orange check Did you know that turtles don't breathe when they sleep? Or, that female turtles return to the beach where they were hatched when they are ready to lay their own eggs? I discovered that in Marathon where we toured their impressive Turtle Hospital and information center and visited with the shelled patients. This facility, complete with modern operating room and their very own turtle ambulance is the world's first state-licensed infirmary dedicated solely to the treatment of sea turtles. Website: P.S. There are even five permanent residents whose injuries are so severe that are unable to be released back to the wild. These are part of an 'adoption' program where visitors my contribute $35 a year to help provide food and medicine for these turtles. P.S.S. Looking for gifts for the guys back home? Check out the center's well-priced T-shirts. My grandson loved the tank top I brought back for him.

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Frolic with the sea life in Marathon...

black box with orange check I chose to be an observer rather than take part in Marathon's Coral Reef Encounter at the Florida Keys Aquarium. I left that to the younger folk who donned wetsuits and masks and happily frolicked with the sea life native to the local waters. They gave the whole experience a thumbs up while I was more than happy to meander through the aquarium grounds taking photos of the area's flora and fauna. Website:

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