BEST WESTERN PLUS Myrtle Beach Hotel
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... and more than 360 employees in the height of the camping season. It is the largest campground on the east coast and one of the largest in the United States. On an average seasonal day Ocean Lakes has 25,000 - 35,000 guests enjoying the countless amenities that have made it a local favorite and a national vacation destination. I know, that last part sounded like a commercial but I took that info from the website.
Needless to say, ...
... While walking around the area we saw two adult and four young geese in the parking area, next to the pond. They were very large adults and the young were still in their down coats, just sitting on the grass beside the parking area under the watchful eye of their parents. Beautiful!
After we checked it out to our satisfaction we headed to the beach for some beachcombing and to let Harley get his feet wet. Once again, he was the ...
... several miles. The road was lined with mostly forested areas and homes tucked in off the street. There were numerous wooden structures along the road that are designed for the straw baskets that are some commonly made in this area. Most were vacant but a few were full of baskets for sale.
As we continued on we encountered an area in which the center divider was carpeted with bright yellow flowers. They literally glowed when the ...
... making its way into the campsite. Hope it stays that way…..
Oh… for those of you… Bob especially… and Teri who are skeptical of our 30 year old van… we did have a little scare today. When we stopped at the entrance booth to Fort Pulaski, I shut off the engine as I talked to the ranger. When I went to turn the key for the starter… nada! It didn’t click or buzz or anything. I tried some of the accessories like ...
Peggy wanted to see the student exhibit at the Horry Georgetown Technical College in Conway. That was our first stop. We then did a walking tour of the historic part of Conway. Conway does not contain as old buildings as Georgetown. It was still a nice quiet walk.
We ate lunch at Fresh Seafood Company in Myrtle Beach. I had read the food was good even though it was not well decorated. The food was ...