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2017 Sheriff Officer Plays Grinch 04

Monroe County Sheriff's Office Col. Lou Caputo, costumed as the Grinch, waves to motorists on the Florida Keys Overseas Highway in Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, Marathon, Fla. During the holiday season. At left, Deputy Andrew Leird uses a radar gun to check vehicle speeds through a Keys elementary school speed zone. Caputo provides motorists who slightly speed in the zone the option of a traffic citation or an onion. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Sheriff Officer Plays Grinch 03

Monroe County Sheriff's Office Col. Lou Caputo, right, costumed as the Grinch, surprises a motorist with an onion instead of a traffic citation in a school zone on the Florida Keys Overseas Highway Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. During the holiday season, Caputo provides motorists who slightly speed in the zone the option of a traffic citation or an onion. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Sheriff Officer Plays Grinch 03

Monroe County Sheriff's Office Col. Lou Caputo, right, costumed as the Grinch, surprises a motorist with an onion instead of a traffic citation in a school zone on the Florida Keys Overseas Highway Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. During the holiday season, Caputo provides motorists who slightly speed in the zone the option of a traffic citation or an onion. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Sheriff Officer Plays Grinch 02

Monroe County Sheriff's Office Col. Lou Caputo, left, has some fun with Deputy Willie Guerra as he aims a radar speed gun in a school zone on the Florida Keys Overseas Highway Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. During the holiday season, Caputo dresses as the Grinch to provide motorists who slightly speed in the zone the option of a traffic citation or an onion. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Sheriff Officer Plays Grinch 01

Monroe County Sheriff's Office Deputy Orlando Alvarez, left, aims a radar speed gun next to Col. Lou Caputo, right, in an elementary school zone on the Florida Keys Overseas Highway Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. During the holiday season, Caputo dresses as the Grinch to provide motorists who slightly speed in the zone the option of a traffic citation or an onion. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Hurricane Flag Burning 02

Mary Martin, left, watches intently as the last of two burning hurricane warning flags set on fire drops to the ground to symbolize the end of the 2017 Atlantic Basin hurricane season Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The ceremony came after a turbulent 2017 season that included three major hurricanes -- Harvey, Irma and Maria -- that pummeled parts of the U.S. and Puerto Rico. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Hurricane Flag Burning 01

Mary Martin, left, holds burning hurricane warning flags set on fire to symbolize the end of the 2017 Atlantic Basin hurricane season Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The ceremony came after a turbulent 2017 season that included three major hurricanes -- Harvey, Irma and Maria -- that pummeled parts of the U.S. and Puerto Rico. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Masquerade March 10

Areveler walks down Fleming Street Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, in Key West, Fla., during the Masquerade March. Thousands of Florida Keys residents and visitors participated in the spectacle that is one of the highlights of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming extravaganza that concludes Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News/HO)

2017 Masquerade March 09

Costumed revelers proceed down Fleming Street Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, in Key West, Fla., during the Masquerade March. Thousands of Florida Keys residents and visitors participated in the spectacle that is one of the highlights of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming extravaganza that concludes Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News/HO)

2017 Masquerade March 08

Glensy Hayes carries Einstein the dog down Fleming Street during the Masquerade March Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, in Key West, Fla. Thousands of Florida Keys residents and visitors participated in the event that is one of the highlights of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming extravaganza that concludes Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News/HO)

2017 Masquerade March 05

Daniel Bitnar, dressed as a dove of peace, and other costumed revelers proceed down Fleming Street during the Masquerade March Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, in Key West, Fla. Thousands of Florida Keys residents and visitors participated in the spectacle that is one of the highlights of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming extravaganza that concludes Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News/HO)

2017 Masquerade March 04

A bucket lid provides the foundation for this reveler's costume as she proceeds down Fleming Street during the Masquerade March Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, in Key West, Fla. Thousands of Florida Keys residents and visitors participated in the spectacle that is one of the highlights of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming extravaganza that concludes Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News/HO)

2017 Masquerade March 03

Amber Walser portrays the Statue of Liberty, but with a replica of Key West's Southernmost Point marker during the Masquerade March Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, in Key West, Fla. Thousands of Florida Keys residents and visitors participated in the spectacle that is one of the highlights of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming extravaganza that concludes Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News/HO)

2017 Masquerade March 02

Residents of the Lower Florida Keys use portions of blue tarps as costumes as they walk down Fleming Street during the Masquerade March Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The march was one of the highlights of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming extravaganza that concludes Sunday, Oct. 29. The event was staged almost seven weeks after Hurricane Irma passed through the Keys on Sept. 10. Key Largo and Key West were least impacted by the storm. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News/HO)

2017 Masquerade March 01

Revelers costumed as prehistoric raptors proceed down Fleming Street Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, in Key West, Fla., during the Masquerade March. Thousands of Florida Keys residents and visitors participated in the spectacle that is one of the highlights of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming extravaganza that concludes Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News/HO)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 10

In this Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Caribbean dancers prance down Duval Street to end the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Key West, Fla.  The parade was the highlight event of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming festival, themed "Time Travel Unravels," that ends Sunday, Oct. 29. The parade attracted tens of thousands of partiers and occurred about seven weeks after Hurricane Irma passed through the Florida Keys on Sept. 10. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 09

A giant skeletal pelican is ridden down Duval Street during the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Key West, Fla.. Fantasy Fest, a 10-day costuming and masking festival that ends Sunday, Oct. 29, is themed "Time Travel Unravels." This year's festival occurred about seven weeks after Hurricane Irma passed through the Florida Keys. (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau via AP)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 08

A man costumed as a monster walks down Duval Street in Key West, Fla., during the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017. The parade was the highlight of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming festival, themed "Time Travel Unravels," that ends Sunday, Oct. 29. The parade attracted tens of thousands of partiers and occurred about seven weeks after Hurricane Irma passed throuh the Florida Keys on Sept. 10. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 07

Revelers portraying the Flinstones animated series dance down Duval Street Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The parade was the highlight of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming festival, themed "Time Travel Unravels," that ends Sunday, Oct. 29. The parade attracted tens of thousands of partiers and occurred about seven weeks after Hurricane Irma passed through the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 06

The "Unraveled" float fabricated from Hurricane Irma debris rolls down Duval Street during the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The float's riders reside in Big Pine Key, one of the areas hardest hit by the storm that passed through the Florida Keys on Sept. 10. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 05

A reveler dressed as Pac-Man chases women portraying storm ghosts during the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The extravaganza was the highlight event of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming festival that ends Sunday, Oct. 29. The parade, that attracted tens of thousands of partiers, occurred about seven weeks after Hurricane Irma passed through the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 04

Costumed revelers help kick off the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The extravaganza was the highlight event of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming festival that ends Sunday, Oct. 29. The parade, that attracted tens of thousands of partiers, occurred about seven weeks after Hurricane Irma passed through the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 03

Members of the Key West Yacht Club garbed in blue tarps roll down Duval Street on their float symbolizing Hurricane Irma during the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Key West, Fla. A large replica of President Donald Trump’s head is at the rear. The parade was the highlight event of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming festival, themed "Time Travel Unravels," that ends Sunday, Oct. 29. Irma passed through the Keys on Sept. 10. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 02

“The Wizard of Oz” heroine Dorothy, portrayed by Nikki Sommer, is menaced by elements representing Hurricane Irma during the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The parade entry was created by residents of Big PIne Key, a Lower Keys area hard hit by the Sept. 10 storm. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Fantasy Fest Parade 01

Costumed revelers help kick off the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The extravaganza was the highlight event of the 10-day Fantasy Fest masking and costuming festival that ends Sunday, Oct. 29. The parade, that attracted tens of thousands of partiers, occurred about seven weeks after Hurricane Irma passed through the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Headdress Ball 01

Virginia Wark competes in the Fantasy Fest Headdress Ball Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, in Key West, Fla. Wark was among those who took honors in the contest for her interpretation of the festival's "Time Travel Unravels" theme. Fantasy Fest concludes Sunday, Oct. 29, highlighted by a planned Saturday, Oct. 28, evening parade down the island's Duval Street. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Pet Masquerade 05

In this Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Wayne Acker struts across the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade stage with his dogs Chewie, left, and Chica Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The trio competed in the pet-owner look-alike division. The pet costume contest was part of Key West's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival set to end Sunday, Oct. 29. (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau via AP)

2017 Pet Masquerade 04

Diva the rat terrier, gets a ride in a mock Keys Energy utility truck during the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, in Key West, Fla. Utility workers throughout the Florida Keys played a major role in restoring infrastructure in the island chain following Hurricane Irma. The event was part of Key West's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival set to end Sunday, Oct. 29. (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau via AP)

2017 Pet Masquerade 03

Cheryl Lindamood and her Maltese poodle Cheyenne get read to compete in the owner-look-alike category of the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The event was part of Key West's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival set to end Sunday, Oct. 29. (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau via AP)

2017 Pet Masquerade 02

Maya the chihuahua, owned by Inka Almeda, is painted to look like an infant Key deer, while competing in the "Most Exotic" category of the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The event was part of Key West's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival set to end Sunday, Oct. 29. (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau via AP)

2017 Pet Masquerade 01

Marcella Quintana Majeau and her dog Ruby show the audience their entry in the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade Contest Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The entry, themed as a post-Hurricane Irma debris removal crew, was among 35 pet-owner teams that competed in the event that was part of Key West's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that is set to end Sunday, Oct. 29. (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau via AP)

2017 Key West Fantasy Fest Zombie Parade 05

In this Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, bicycle riders roll during the Fantasy Fest Zombie Bike Ride Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The ride, which attracted thousands of locals, was one of the many events set for the island city's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking celebration that continues through Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Fantasy Fest Zombie Parade 04

A woman rides in the Fantasy Fest Zombie Bike Ride Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The ride, which attracted thousands of locals, was one of the many events set for the island city's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking celebration that continues through Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Fantasy Fest Zombie Parade 03

Barry Gibson, left, costumed as the grim reaper, carries a Federal Emergency Management Agency sign while riding in the Fantasy Fest Zombie Bike Ride Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, in Key West, Fla. Although Key West was spared most of Hurricane Irma's wrath on Sept. 10, residents in other areas of the Keys are still recovering. The bike ride was one of the many events set for the island city's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking celebration that continues through Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Fantasy Fest Zombie Parade 02

A costumed reveler cycles in the Fantasy Fest Zombie Bike Ride Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The ride was one of the many events set for the island city's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking celebration that continues through Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Fantasy Fest Zombie Parade 01

Thousands of people participate in the Fantasy Fest Zombie Bike Ride Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The ride was one of the many events set for the island city's 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking celebration that continues through Sunday, Oct. 29. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Stone Crab Eating Contest 05

Louise Stolzky grimaces as she cracks a stone crab claw at the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Competitors were judged on their ability to cleanly consume 25 stone crab claws in the quickest time. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Stone Crab Eating Contest 04

Sally Mishmash, left, and Sandra Bradshaw, right, compete in the team division of the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Competitors were judged on their ability to cleanly consume 25 stone crab claws in the quickest time. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Stone Crab Eating Contest 03

A portion of the field of entrants in the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest crack and eat claws Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Competitors were judged on their ability to cleanly consume 25 stone crab claws in the quickest time. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Stone Crab Eating Contest 02

Juan Mallen raises his hands to signify victory at the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Mallen, a 50-year-old commercial appliance technician, cracked and ate 25 stone crab claws in 15 minutes and 6 seconds winning for the second consecutive year. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Stone Crab Eating Contest 01

Juan Mallen chomps on a stone crab claw to win the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Mallen, a 50-year-old commercial appliance technician, cracked and ate 25 stone crab claws in 15 minutes and 6 seconds winning for the second consecutive year. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 First Cruise Ship Arrival After Hurricane Irma 01

The Empress of the Seas, right, arrives in Key West, Fla., Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017. The ship's port call marked the first time a cruise ship has docked in Key West since prior to Hurricane Irma's passage through the Florida Keys. At left is the Empire State, a ship used to house recovery workers. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 First Cruise Ship Arrival After Hurricane Irma 02

Key West Mayor Craig Cates, right, greets passengers from the Empress of the Seas cruise ship Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The ship's port call marked the first time a cruise ship has docked in Key West since prior to Hurricane Irma's passage through the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 First Cruise Ship Arrival After Hurricane Irma 03

Passengers from the Empress of the Seas walk on the Pier B cruise ship dock after the ship arrived in Key West, Fla., Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017. The ship's port call was the first time a cruise ship has docked in Key West since prior to Hurricane Irma's passage through the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 First Cruise Ship Arrival After Hurricane Irma 04

An Old Town Trolley, with cruise ship visitors onboard, passes Sloppy Joe's Bar Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The arrival of Royal Caribbean's Empress of the Seas arrival was the first time a cruise ship has docked in Key West since prior to Hurricane Irma's passage through the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 First Cruise Ship Arrival After Hurricane Irma 05

Cruise ship tourists walk past Sloppy Joe's Bar Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, in Key West, Fla. The arrival of Royal Caribbean's Empress of the Seas arrival was the first time a cruise ship has docked in Key West since prior to Hurricane Irma's passage through the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest 02

Michael Groover, center, husband of celebrity chef Paula Deen, competes in the 2017 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Thursday, July 20, 2017, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. Some 160 contestants are registered for this year's competition that is part of Key West's annual Hemingway Days festival. Another preliminary round is scheduled for Friday, July 21, and the finals are set for Saturday, July 22. Author Ernest Hemingway lived in Key West in the 1930s. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest 01

Wally Collins, right, and other past winners of the Hemingway Look-Alike Contest closely examine entrants in the 2017 contest Thursday, July 20, 2017, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. Some 160 contestants are registered for this year's competition that is part of Key West's annual Hemingway Days festival. Another preliminary round is scheduled for Friday, July 21, and the finals are set for Saturday, July 22. Author Ernest Hemingway lived in Key West in the 1930s. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Sailing Regatta 09

Platoon, left, a German-flagged boat skippered by Harm Muller Spreer, sails to the windward mark just ahead of United Kingdom-entry Alegre, owned by Andy Soriano, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Quantum Key West Race Week sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. Platoon has a one point lead in the 52 Super Series class with racing scheduled to continue through Friday, Jan. 20. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Sailing Regatta 08

J/70 class boats under spinnaker race at the Quantum Key West Race Week sailing regatta Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, in Key West, Fla. With 42 entries, the J/70s are the largest class of the regatta that is to continue through Friday, Jan. 20, in the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Sailing Regatta 07

United Kingdom-entry Gladiator, skippered by Tony Langley, sails under spinnaker Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Quantum Key West Race Week sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. Gladiator is among 11 entries in the 52 Super Series class. The event in the Florida Keys is to continue through Friday, Jan. 20, and has attracted almost 100 entries divided into nine classes. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Sailing Regatta 06

J/70 sailboats head to the windward mark Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Quantum Key West Race Week sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The event in the Florida Keys is scheduled to continue through Friday, Jan. 20, and has attracted almost 100 entries divided into nine classes The J/70, with 42 boats, is the largest class. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Sailing Regatta 05

Italian-flagged Azzurra, helmed by Guillermo Parada, sails under spinnaker Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Quantum Key West Race Week sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. Azzura is in third after four of 10 scheduled races. The event in the Florida Keys is to continue through Friday, Jan. 20, and has attracted almost 100 entries divided into nine classes. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Sailing Regatta 04

U.S. entry Quantum Racing, skippered by Doug DeVos chases Italian-flagged Azzurra, helmed by Guillermo Parada Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Quantum Key West Race Week sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. DeVos is in second place and Parada is in third after four of 10 scheduled races. The event in the Florida Keys is to continue through Friday, Jan. 20, and has attracted almost 100 entries divided into nine classes. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Sailing Regatta 03

52 Super Series sailing yachts round the windward mark Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Quantum Key West Race Week sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The event in the Florida Keys is set to continue through Friday, Jan. 20, and has attracted almost 100 entries divided into nine classes. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Sailing Regatta 02

Platoon and other 52 Super Series sailing yachts cross the start line Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Quantum Key West Race Week sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. Platoon, a German-flagged boat skippered by Harm Muller Spreer, has a one-point lead after four of 10 scheduled races. The event Florida Keys is set to continue through Friday, Jan. 20, and has attracted almost 100 entries divided into nine classes. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Key West Sailing Regatta 01

52 Super Series sailing yachts cross the starting line Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at the Quantum Key West Race Week sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The event in the Florida Keys is set to continue through Friday, Jan. 20, and has attracted almost 100 entries divided into nine classes. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Dachshund Walk 04

Costumed canines proceed down Duval Street in a life raft during the Key West Dachshund Walk Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, Key West, Fla. Nearly 200 “wiener dogs” promenaded through the island city’s picturesque downtown in an informal, family-friendly prelude to the rowdier nighttime New Year's Eve revelry planned in Key West, featuring four different "drops" including one with a drag queen in a super-sized red high-heel shoe. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Dachshund Walk 03

Stephanie Difolco, left, and Tony Difolco, right, with their dog Charlie are costumed as "Star Wars" characters during the Key West Dachshund Walk Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, in Key West, Fla. Nearly 200 “wiener dogs” promenaded through the island city’s picturesque downtown in an informal, family-friendly prelude to the rowdier nighttime New Year's Eve revelry planned in Key West, featuring four different "drops" including one with a drag queen in a super-sized red high-heel shoe. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Dachshund Walk 02

In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, a dachshund wearing a hammerhead shark costume reveals his tongue during the Key West Dachshund Walk Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, in Key West, Fla. Nearly 200 “wiener dogs” promenaded through the island city’s picturesque downtown in an informal, family-friendly prelude to the rowdier nighttime New Year's Eve revelry planned in Key West, featuring four different "drops" including one with a drag queen in a super-sized red high-heel shoe. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Dachshund Walk 01

Kahlua, left, and Hershey, right, peer from their stroller Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, during the Key West Dachshund Walk in Key West, Fla. Nearly 200 “wiener dogs” promenaded through the island city’s picturesque downtown in an informal, family-friendly prelude to the rowdier nighttime New Year's Eve revelry planned in Key West, featuring four different "drops" including one with a drag queen in a super-sized red high-heel shoe. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Drag Queen Drop 05

Confetti flies and New Year's Eve revelers celebrate after a giant replica of a conch shell descended to the roof of Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla., early Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017. The conch shell “drop” was one of four staged in Key West to welcome 2017. Sloppy Joe's was a hangout of Ernest Hemingway's when the author lived in Key West in the 1930s. The conch shell is a Florida Keys icon. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Carol Tedesco/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Drag Queen Drop 04

Duval Street in Key West, Fla., is jammed with revelers outside the Bourbon St. Pub early Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017. Thousands of people watched female impersonator Gary Marion, center, as "Sushi," descend in an oversized women's red high-heel shoe. The Red Shoe Drop was one of four "drops" staged in Key West to welcome 2017. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Drag Queen Drop 03

“Sushi,” right, portrayed by female impersonator Gary Marion, toasts New Year's Eve revelers early Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017, after being lowered to Duval Street in a super-sized red high-heel shoe in Key West, Fla. The Red Shoe Drop is a Key West tradition and one of four "drops" the island city stages to celebrate New Year's Eve. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Drag Queen Drop 02

“Sushi,” portrayed by female impersonator Gary Marion, is lowered to Duval Street seconds before midnight Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, to welcome 2017 outside the Bourbon St. Pub in Key West, Fla. The Red Shoe Drop is a Key West tradition and one of four "drops" the island city stages to celebrate New Year's Eve. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Drag Queen Drop 01

"Sushi," portrayed by female impersonator Gary Marion, hangs in a giant replica of a woman's red high heel over Duval Street late Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, at the Bourbon St. Pub in Key West, Fla. The Red Shoe Drop is a Key West New Year's Eve tradition and is one of four Florida Keys warm-weather takeoffs on New York City's Times Square ball drop marking the arrival of the new year. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Pirate Wench Drop 01

Evalena Worthington, costumed as a pirate wench, practices being lowered from the mast of the sailing vessel America 2.0 outside the Schooner Wharf Bar late Friday, Dec. 30, 2016 in Key West, Fla. The Pirate Wench Drop, set for New Year's Eve, is one of four distinct drops Key West offers to answer New York City's Times Square ball drop to mark the beginning of the New Year. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Orange Bowl Swim 04

In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, University of Michigan swimmer Catie Deloof touches the wall to take second place in the women's 50-meter freestyle event at the Orange Bowl Swim Classic Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, in Key Largo, Fla. University of Michigan's men's and women's teams dominated the competition at Key Largo's Jacobs Aquatic Center. The Classic was a highlight event of an annual collegiate winter swimming training season in the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Stephen Frink/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Orange Bowl Swim 03

In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, a Northeastern University women's team swimmer dives into the water during the 200-meter medley relay at the Orange Bowl Swim Classic Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, in Key Largo, Fla. University of Michigan's men's and women's teams dominated the competition at Key Largo's Jacobs Aquatic Center. The Classic was a highlight event of an annual collegiate winter swimming training season in the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Stephen Frink/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Orange Bowl Swim 02

In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, University of Michigan swimmer Chris Klein, right, competes in the 100-meter men's breaststroke with teammate Tommy Cope, left, at the Orange Bowl Swim Classic Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, in Key Largo, Fla. University of Michigan's men's and women's teams dominated the contest, setting 10 of 24 Orange Bowl swim event records at Key Largo's Jacobs Aquatic Center. Klein and Cope finished the breaststroke event in second- and third-places respectively. The Classic was a highlight event of an annual collegiate winter swimming training season in the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, competitors in the Orange Bowl Swim Classic leap off the starting blocks to begin the men's 100-meter breaststroke Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, in Key Largo, Fla. University of Michigan's men's and women's teams dominated the contest, setting 10 of 24 Orange Bowl swim event records at Key Largo's Jacobs Aquatic Center. The Classic was a highlight event of an annual collegiate winter swimming training season in the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Rusty Croft puts finishing touches on his artwork dubbed "Out to Lunch" Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, during the International Sand Art Competition in Key West, Fla. Sand sculptors from the U.S., Canada and Singapore competed in the event where each artist was provided 15,000 pounds of sand at the Casa Marina Resort, to create a sculpture with just water and hand tools in less than four days. Croft is from Carmel, Calif. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Abe Waterman puts finishing touches on his artwork dubbed "One Love" Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, during the International Sand Art Competition in Key West, Fla. Sand sculptors from the U.S., Canada and Singapore competed in the event at the Casa Marina Resort, where each artist was provided 15,000 pounds of sand to create a sculpture with just water and hand tools in less than four days. Waterman is from Prince Edward Island, Canada. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Joo Heng Tan puts finishing touches on his artwork dubbed "The Drop" Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, during the International Sand Art Competition in Key West, Fla. Sand sculptors from the U.S., Canada and Singapore competed in the event at the Casa Marina Resort, where each artist was provided 15,000 pounds of sand to create a sculpture with just water and hand tools in less than four days. Heng Tan is from Singapore. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Morgan Rudluff puts finishing touches on her artwork dubbed "Unravel. Break. Mend." Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, during the International Sand Art Competition in Key West, Fla. Sand sculptors from the U.S., Canada and Singapore competed in the event at the Casa Marina Resort, where each artist was provided 15,000 pounds of sand to create a sculpture with just water and hand tools in less than four days. Rudluff is from Santa Cruz, Calif. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Fantasy Fest Parade 08

Red-white-and-blue costumed revelers make their way down Duval Street during the Fantasy Fest Parade in Key West, Fla. The event, that attracted more than 50,000 people, was the highlight of the island city's 10-day annual Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. ( (FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau)

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In this Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, men impersonating blonde women make their way down Duval Street during the Fantasy Fest Parade in Key West, Fla. The event, that attracted more than 50,000 people, was the highlight of the island city's 10-day annual Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. ( (FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau)

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Revelers portraying U.S. Olympic athletes make their way down Duval Street during the Fantasy Fest Parade in Key West, Fla. The event, that attracted more than 50,000 people, was the highlight of the island city's 10-day annual Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)

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Revelers with "The Purple Party" proceed down Duval Street during the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The event, that attracted more than 50,000 people, was the highlight of the island city's 10-day annual Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. This year's theme was "Political Voodoo and Ballot Box Barbarians." FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau)

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Revelers with "The Purple Party" proceed down Duval Street during the Fantasy Fest Parade Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The event, that attracted more than 50,000 people, was the highlight of the island city's 10-day annual Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. This year's theme was "Political Voodoo and Ballot Box Barbarians." (FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau)

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Fantasy Fest Parade revelers ride a float based on the centuries-old epic poem "Beowulf," Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The parade was the highlight of the island city's 10-day annual Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau)

2016 Pet Masquerade 04

Mason Lark, 4, appears on stage in a chef's costume with his dog Buddy as the "Catch of the Day" during the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The zany competition was staged as part of Key West's 10-day-long Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Alicia Renner and her dog Chica are costumed as a bumblebee during the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The zany competition was staged as part of Key West's 10-day-long Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Pet Masquerade 02

Stacy Czerwinski, left, and Tim Donald, right, show off their Jack Russell terriers during the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The duo took second place in the Pet/Owner Lookalike category. The zany competition was staged as part of Key West's 10-day-long Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Anna Hillman, left, holds an offbeat political sign, while Michael Schinzer walks Bruno, wearing a toupee to spoof Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The 10-day-long Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival is to concludes Sunday, Oct. 30. Hillman's group won a prize in the pet costume contest for representing the Fantasy Fest theme, "Political Voodoo & Ballot Box Barbarians." FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Stone Crab Eating Contest 05

Juan Mallen, second from left, gobbles down stone crab claw meat during the Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, at Keys Fisheries in Marathon, Fla. Mallen cracked and consumed 25 stone crab claws in 12 minutes and 54 seconds to take top honors and set a new contest record. About 40 percent of Florida's stone crab harvest comes from Florida Keys waters, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission fisheries' data. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Juan Mallen, left, raises his hands in victory after he cracked and consumed 25 stone crab claws in 12 minutes and 54 second to win the Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, at Keys Fisheries in Marathon, Fla. Malle, a 49-year-old commercial appliance technician from Miami, set a new contest record. Stone crabs are a renewable resource. Legal-size claws are harvested and the crabs are returned to the water to grow new extremities. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Sally Mishmash, left, and Sandra Bradshaw, feed each other stone crab claws during the Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, at Keys Fisheries in Marathon, Fla. The event attracted 40 competitors who participated in both individual and team categories. To win, contestants had to crack and eat 25 stone crab claws in the fastest time. About 40 percent of Florida's stone crab harvest comes from Florida Keys waters, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission fisheries data. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Sandra Bradshaw pulls meat out of a stone crab claw during the Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, at Keys Fisheries in Marathon, Fla. The event attracted 40 competitors who participated in both individual and team categories. To win, contestants had to crack and eat 25 stone crab claws in the fastest time. Stone crabs are a renewable resource. Legal-size claws are harvested and the crabs are returned to the water to grow new extremities. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Hemingway Days Bull Run 02

In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Ernest Hemingway look-alikes including, from left, Tom Grizzard, Frank Kramer (riding manmade bull on wheels) and David Hemingway (no relation to Ernest) parade during the annual "Running of the Bulls" Saturday, July 23, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The offbeat event is a take-off on its namesake in Pamplona, Spain, and is one of many activities during Key West's Hemingway Days festival that continues through Sunday, July 24. Hemingway lived and wrote in Key West throughout most of the 1930s. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O’Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Ernest Hemingway look-alikes kick off the annual "Running of the Bulls" Saturday, July 23, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The whimsical and much safer answer to the event's namesake in Pamplona, Spain, was staged as a facet of the island city's annual Hemingway Days festival that ends Sunday, July 24. Hemingway lived and wrote in Key West throughout most of the 1930s. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O’Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Robert Leslie speaks to the judges and asks that they choose him to be the winner of the 2016 Ernest "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Saturday, July 23, 2016, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. Leslie didn't win but was among 25 semi-finalists of the competition that attracted 140 entrants and was the highlight of the subtropical island's Hemingway Days festival that ends Sunday, July 24. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Supporters of Michael Groover and Richard Filip cheer for their favorites at the 2016 Ernest "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Saturday, July 23, 2016, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. The event, that attracted 140 entrants, was the highlight of the subtropical island's Hemingway Days festival that ends Sunday, July 24. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Frank Kramer, left, implores the judges to choose him to be the winner of the 2016 Ernest "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Saturday, July 23, 2016, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. Kramer didn't win but was among five finalists of the contest that attracted 140 entrants and was the highlight of the subtropical island's Hemingway Days festival that ends Sunday, July 24. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest 07

Dave Hemingway, center, poses for smartphone photos with celebrity chef Paula Deen, left, and her husband Michael Groover, right, after Dave Hemingway won the 2016 Ernest "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Saturday, July 23, 2016, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. Success for David Hemingway came on the Macon, N.C., resident's seventh attempt. He is not related to Ernest Hemingway who lived and wrote in Key West in the 1930s. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Dave Hemingway, center, hoists his trophy after winning the 2016 Ernest "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Saturday, July 23, 2016, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. Success for Dave Hemingway came on the Macon, N.C., resident's seventh attempt to win the coveted title at the highlight event of the island city's annual Hemingway Days festival that ends Sunday, July 24. Dave Hemingway is not related to Ernest Hemingway who lived and wrote in Key West in the 1930s. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest 05

Dave Hemingway, center, receives smooches from Charlie Boise, left, and Wally Collins, right, after Hemingway won the 2016 Ernest "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Saturday, July 23, 2016, in Key West, Fla. Success for Dave Hemingway came on the Macon, N.C., resident's seventh attempt to win the coveted title at Sloppy Joe's Bar. Dave Hemingway is not related to Ernest Hemingway who lived and wrote in Key West in the 1930s. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest 04

Celebrity chef Paula Deen cheers for her husband Michael Groover as he competes in the "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Thursday, July 21, 2016, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. Groover is competing for the sixth year and made the semi-final round set for Saturday, July 23. More than 135 hopefuls are registered for the contest that is part of the island city's six-day Hemingway Days festival that honors author Ernest Hemingway. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O’Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest 03

A bare-chested Matt Collins, center, tries to impress the judges during the "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Thursday, July 21, 2016, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. More than 135 contestants are registered for the event that is spread over three days and is part of Key West's annual Hemingway Days festival that concludes Sunday, July 24. Ernest Hemingway lived in the island city throughout most of the 1930s. (FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O’Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Hemingway Look-Alike Contest 02

2015 "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest winner Charlie Boice, left, is fed birthday cake by 2014 winner Wally Collins Thursday, July 21, 2016, at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Fla. The cake was served as a facet of the island city's Hemingway Days festival that annually honors Ernest Hemingway around his July 21st birthday. Hemingway lived and wrote in Key West during the 1930s. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O’Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Previous Ernest Hemingway look-alike winners prepare to judge entrants in the 2016 "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest staged at Sloppy Joe's Bar Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Key West, Fla. More than 135 contestants are registered for the event that is spread over three days and is part of Key West's annual Hemingway Days festival that concludes Sunday, July 24. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O’Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Tom Beaver, costumed as SpongeBob SquarePants, dances at the Lower Keys Underwater Music Festival Saturday, July 9, 2016. Staged at Looe Key Reef off Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, the festival combined music broadcast underwater by a local radio station with diver awareness messages on how to preserve coral reefs. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Larry Threlkeld, costumed as animated film clownfish Nemo, blows through a sculpted instrument during the Lower Keys Underwater Music Festival Saturday, July 9, 2016, in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Big Pine Key, Fla. Several hundred divers and snorkelers gathered at Looe Key Reef to enjoy the music underwater by a local radio station with diver awareness messages on how to preserve coral reefs. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Nicole Pacha, left, and Sarah Brunner pretend to play instruments sculpted by a local artist at the Lower Keys Underwater Music Festival Saturday, July 9, 2016, in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Big Pine Key, Fla. Pacha and Brunner were among hundreds of divers and snorkelers who submerged to listen to a local radio station's four-hour broadcast piped beneath the sea at Looe Key Reef. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Participants at the Underwater Music Festival including, from left, Nicole Pacha, Sarah Brunner and Larry Threlkeld, pretend to play underwater instruments sculpted by a local artist Saturday, July 9, 2016, in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Big Pine Key, Fla. Several hundred divers and snorkelers submerged at Looe Key Reef to listen to music broadcast by a local radio station and piped beneath the sea. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Key West Bed Races 02

In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, competitors in the Conch Republic Bed Race roll up Duval Street Saturday, April 30, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The event, billed as the most fun you can have in bed with your clothes on, was a facet of the island city's annual Conch Republic Independence Celebration that commemorates a 1982 "secession" from the United States after the U.S. Border Patrol established a checkpoint at the top of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Key West Bed Races 01

Competitors in the Conch Republic Bed Race roll up Duval Street Saturday, April 30, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The event, billed as the most fun you can have in bed with your clothes on, was a facet of the island city's annual Conch Republic Independence Celebration that commemorates a 1982 "secession" from the United States after the U.S. Border Patrol established a checkpoint at the top of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Key West Drag Race 02

Female impersonator Nigel Haugland leaps across the finish line during the Great Conch Republic Drag Race Saturday, April 23, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The wacky event was a facet of the island city's annual Conch Republic Independence Celebration that commemorates a 1982 "secession" from the United States after the U.S. Border Patrol established a checkpoint at the top of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. (FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Key West Drag Race 01

Female impersonators are pushed in souped-up shopping carts during the Great Conch Republic Drag Race Saturday, April 23, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The wacky event was a facet of the island city's annual Conch Republic Independence Celebration that commemorates a 1982 "secession" from the United States after the U.S. Border Patrol established a checkpoint at the top of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Seven Mile Bridge Run 08

Josh Peterson, 23, approaches the finish line to win the overall men's title at the Seven Mile Bridge Run Saturday, April 9, 2016, near Marathon, Fla. Peterson, a resident of Boca Raton, Fla., completed the course in 38:57, for his third consecutive men; title. The race across the longest bridge of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway featured 1,500 competitors. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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The field of 1,500 runners begin the Seven Mile Bridge Run Saturday, April 9, 2016, near Marathon, Fla., in the Florida Keys. The race was initiated in 1982 to mark the completion of a federally funded program to build a new Seven Mile Bridge, left, and 36 other spans for the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Cow Key Bridge Run 02

Costumed participants cross the finish line at the Cow Key Channel Bridge Run Sunday, April 10, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The event, that attracted some 1,400 participants and is billed as the only "Zero K Bridge Run," took place on the shortest of 43 bridges that help comprise the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. It was a quirky alternative to the more serious Seven Mile Bridge Run, staged Saturday, April 9, on the Overseas Highway's longest bridge near Marathon, Fla. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Participants in the Cow Key Channel Bridge Run stroll across the 300-foot-long span Sunday, April 10, 2016, in Key West, Fla. The event, that attracted some 1,400 participants and is billed as a "Zero K Bridge Run," took place on the shortest of 43 bridges that help comprise the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. It was a quirky alternative to the more serious Seven Mile Bridge Run, staged Saturday, April 9, on the Overseas Highway's longest bridge near Marathon, Fla. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Competitors in the Seven Mile Bridge Run create lengthy shadows on the longest bridge of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway Saturday, April 9, 2016, near Marathon, Fla. The annual footrace attracted 1,500 competitors. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Laura DiBella, 37, approaches the finish line to win the overall women's title at the Seven Mile Bridge Run Saturday, April 9, 2016, near Marathon, Fla. DiBella, a resident of Fernandina Beach, Fla., completed the course in 43:00, for her third consecutive women's title. The race across the longest bridge of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway featured 1,500 competitors. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Competitors in the Seven Mile Bridge Run are cooled thanks to water showers provided by the City of Marathon Fire Department Saturday, April 9, 2016, near Marathon, Fla. The annual footrace across the longest bridge of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway was initiated in 1982 and attracted 1,500 competitors. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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A U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat crosses underneath the Seven Mile Bridge Saturday, April 9, 2016, during the Seven Mile Bridge Run near Marathon, Fla. The annual footrace across the longest bridge of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway was initiated in 1982 and attracted 1,500 competitors. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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A portion of the field of 1,500 runners cross the Seven Mile Bridge Saturday, April 9, 2016, near Marathon, Fla. The Seven Mile Bridge Run was initiated in 1982 to mark the completion of a federally funded program to build a new Seven Mile Bridge and 36 other spans for the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. (FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Seven Mile Bridge Run 02

A portion of the field of 1,500 runners climbs the "hump" of the Seven Mile Bridge in the Florida Keys, Saturday, April 9, 2016, at the Seven Mile Bridge Run near Marathon, Fla. The race was initiated in 1982 to mark the completion of a federally funded program to build a new Seven Mile Bridge and 36 other spans for the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2016 Seven Mile Bridge Run 01

The field of 1,500 runners begin the Seven Mile Bridge Run Saturday, April 9, 2016, near Marathon, Fla., in the Florida Keys. The race was initiated in 1982 to mark the completion of a federally funded program to build a new Seven Mile Bridge, left, and 36 other spans for the Florida Keys Overseas Highway. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

Oltremare Ristorante Bar

Oltremare Ristorante, located at Amara Cay Hotel in Islamorada, Florida. Photo by: Oltremare Ristorante at Amara Cay Resort. 

Oltremare Ristorante Interior

Oltremare Ristorante, located at Amara Cay Hotel in Islamorada, Florida. Photo by: Oltremare Ristorante at Amara Cay Resort.