And the weekend draws to a sweaty, hot close. It is February, isn't it? Here's your evening Sift.
A- Transit Miami is documenting the crashes on Biscayne Boulevard through MiMo.
How many more crashes and people need to be injured or must die before someone from government acts on behalf of their citizens? Since this is an FDOT road neither of our elected officials from the County or City have any power of jurisdiction over this road. This is just a total disgrace. On what planet is a road like this good for pedestrians and businesses?B- Nice shot of the city from the Rickenbacker at Miamism Pix.
C- The scene at the Green Parrot Bar in Key West when the Spam Allstars show up.
D- The305.Com posts a photo comparison of 170th and Collins some 38 years apart.
E- Bark Bark Woof Woof gives us a synopsis of his totally car weekend and provides a bit of car judging guidance.
My 1988 Pontiac 6000 LE Safari station wagon was entered in the DPC class. There is no getting around the fact that it was a daily driver as recently as 2009, and the over 250,000 miles on it prove it. But it looked as good as a lot of cars in the judged classes, and while it may never be awarded a Senior or Grand National medallion, it is a fine example of a car that has been well-maintained and has an appeal to a lot of people. I had a number of people who stopped by to compliment it, smile, and remember what it was like when their family had one just like it.