Driftwood Lodge Myrtle Beach
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... to get something to eat but we 3 girls said we were just going to our rooms. I wanted to get up early and walk to the beach. It was about 10:00 that we got to the hotel and were scheduled to catch the 1:00 shuttle back to the airport so it wasn't as long as an overnight that I ...
... the lights dimmed and the glow of the cake
even brighter the bidding begins. He starts with the normal
$25,40,50,60,75,120,150,170,170,170, SOLD $175. Once again the room
erupts in applause as 3 young boys dressed in full hunting camo and
boots run up front to claim the cake that they had just bought. They
scoop up that cake and carefully walk toward the back of the room
where all the old guys were hanging out. I watched as they walked up
to an old guy and with ...
... br> it's value and I really think it is starting to sink in. One person
has taken it to the next level, beyond what even I expected. For this
I am proud to call him my friend!
Warren and Kathy moved in across the pond from us a few years ago. They are
family of another dear friend and neighbor of ours. At our first
meeting I explained to Warren that living here at times was like the
movie “Groundhog Day”. I truly don't think he ...
... at home in Myrtle Beach, spending Christmas with my son who’s visiting from Colorado we decide to take a day playing tourist. We hit the wax museum and the aquarium, the alligator farm and Margaritaville. I was successful today, no kitsch purchased (though it was close with the “Fins Up” Adirondack chair Christmas ornament!). No matter where you are in the world, at some point you’ll have to exit through the gift ...
... passage in my life.
Wow, I'm truly flattered by Maggie's post.
We had a short day with no rush to make mileage so we idled along at 5.5 its and enjoyed the uniqueness behind Myrtle Beach. Some of this is interesting but is generally pretty boring. This provided some good teaching moments for Maggie, who is a quick study. She spent a lot of time at the helm and is getting the hang ...