Key West, Florida—The marathons is a time for a few days of blissful relaxation and celebration, and Key West has become a popular destination for those seeking the opportunity to do just that.
A group of friends from Key Largo decided to run a marathon in Key West.
The marathos was a great success, as the group finished in a respectable 5:25:23, just ahead of the best of the others in the area, as well as the top finisher of the year, the winner of the 2016 Ocean Running Marathon, Ryan Smith, a.k.a.
The event is scheduled to begin at the Marina del Rey and is meant to be an amazing and unique way to celebrate the amazing work of our amazing community of marine biologists and ecologists.
As always, the marathoning begins on Saturday, March 16, with a pre-race party that is sure to be filled with food, drinks, and fun.
The event will also include a swim in Key Lobo Bay to celebrate what is going on at the water, and to commemorate the 100th birthday of Dr. John K. McKeon, the world-renowned ocean scientist and pioneer of marine ecology.
Key Lobe Bay, as you might have heard, is a gorgeous place to swim and enjoy the view of the ocean.
But the key to enjoying the water at Key Lobos is being able to take in the view from your home or at the beach.
The key to taking in the views is the Key Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse in the world, and one of the most popular spots for a sunset stroll on the beach, thanks to its views.
The Key Lobos lighthouse is open to the public every day, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, except on the first Sunday in April when the lighthouse is closed.
The view from the lighthouse from Key Bonaire is spectacular.
Key Boca, a coastal town about 50 miles south of Key Lobbas home town, is known for its surf and sand volleyball leagues, as it was the location of the first surfing tournament in America.
It is also the home of the Key Bocas Marine Research Station, which has been active in the marine environment since 1972.
Key to enjoying this amazing place, as we found out the hard way, is to have a few fun ideas to get your swimin’ on, as I found out when we had a little fun on the ocean, with my friend, Ben.
As you can imagine, the water was so calm that it was hard to swim in the surf.
After some fun exploring and enjoying the ocean on the water with a friend, we decided to head out to the KeyLobos Marina to get a little break.
Ben and I went for a little surf and snorkeling, and ended up getting some fresh water, which we then took back to the marina.
We were lucky to have our buddy, the wonderful Ryan Smith from the Ocean Running marathones, join us for a nice swim.
It was a little challenging to start off with, but we managed to get some waves rolling and make it to the water a few times.
Ryan and I ended up making it back to our house to enjoy some more sunshine, as our kids were heading back out to play outside.
As we sat at our table eating our dinner, we took a break to take some pictures and take a few pictures of our kids.
We decided to get up the rest of the day to get in some more surf.
When we were in the water we were looking up at the sea for some great pictures.
As it was dark and dark out, we were lucky enough to catch a few of the sunsets, and were able to capture some great photos of the surf, the waves, and the ocean below.
After we finished our sunsets and pictures, we headed back to where we came from, to the Marina.
It would have been impossible to go back to Key Loba without taking a swim.
And, to our surprise, the surf was amazing.
We started off at a steady pace, and kept going until we reached the beach to relax and enjoy our sun.
The surf was very calm, and it was perfect for a sunbathing session.
As soon as we reached shore, we had some nice fresh water and some fresh sand.
We took a few more photos of our surf and enjoyed our sunbathe in the dark.
It took us a few minutes to get back to shore, as there was a boat waiting to take us back to town.
The weather was pretty nice at the end of the race, with light winds and the perfect sun.
Ryan is one of our favorite friends, and he and I made some amazing memories with him, as they had a great time.
As for me, I was lucky enough not to