Here we are, on the Southernmost Point of the Continental U.S. How an archipelago sitting between the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico can be considered ”Continental” is beyond me, but that’s what a concrete buoy-marker claims. It also claims that Cuba is just 90 miles away and that’s just about right (although, again, not exactly). And, after a closer look at the map, I doubt the ”southernmost” part too; some parts towards Fort Zachary Taylor at the tip of the island, seem to be more southern. Not that anyone cares for such details – life on Key West is an all day-long party; and that’s all that matters.
February 2nd, 2018