I received a very disturbing phone call last night, Uncle Bernie has passed away. I find myself just saying “wow” over and over to myself and others. I think right now I am just in a state of shock, I only saw him a few weeks ago and everything was fine. Of course, I have been really thinking about this for the past 22 hours now. Perhaps because I am a little bit older, or I’ve been doing a bit of soul searching. However, it really has caused me to examine my station in life, and realize that tomorrow really is a gift. It does not seem to matter, your age, activities, whatever. When it is your time to go, it is your time to go.
Although we visited many a watering hole, these particular pics were taken at the Conch Republic Seafood Company in Key West, Florida on October 30th, 2007. Key West just will not be the same w/o Uncle Bernie.
The Boys at Hogs Breath
That’s how we roll!
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