Driftwood Lodge Myrtle Beach
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... and it was one of those car washes that charges $6.00 for a basic wash. You pay at a machine and choose the level of wash you want. I got the basic which means you drive through the car wash machine after the guys at the beginning do some pre-wash with a pressure sprayer and a brush. They have you put the car in neutral and let the machine pull you through the various wash areas. When you are done, you pull out and either drive off, or in ...
... me a bit when she said, “Yeah, both of them actually. And I bet they are younger than me. I guess that’s what smoking will do to you.” I just stopped for a moment without saying anything. I finally said, “I was talking about the trailer.” Granted, the woman was not a fitness queen and her significant other was smoking, but that was kind of a harsh rough statement on Cheryl’s part. She assured me that she ...
... had numbers on the sides. I figured that out from all those years of police work.
We pulled down our row and unhooked the Jeep so I could position the coach. Our space was just long enough for the coach to fit, but it was wide so we could put the jeep in the grassy/dirt next to the concrete pad. It has a couple of shade trees and a picnic bench. Across the street there is a restroom with showers and a couple of vending machines. ...
... smell ammonia? Check your refrigerator (that's how the ac/propane refrig works). Then you run to Best Buy to get a refrigerator that you hope fits thru the door and somewhere inside because you didn't measure before you left. Considering the refrigerator is 15 years old we knew we were going to have to replace it sometime but thought it would be due to the rust at the bottom. We bought the largest dorm type available and just barely ...
... by mid-career contemporary, professional artists from Pinar del Rio, a unique multicultural region of Cuba; Imaginary Botanicals by Kathleen Elliot (these are flameworked glass that are leaves, fruits, flowers, pods, and vines; and a permanent collection titled The Mapmakers Art: The Bishop Collection of Antique Maps and Historical Prints: 1606-1863.
We logged in over 5000 steps or 2.3 miles today.