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So, a happy Saturday to all. We had a bit of a kick back day today and enjoyed it. We did walk on the beach this morning with Harley after breakfast. That is something we always enjoy doing whether it is here, Hawaii or wherever there is a beach.
We hung out around the coach until around 10:30 or so and then headed off to get some things in town. I also wanted to wash the Jeep and I had seen a few coin car washes around so that was on ...
... like home trash pickup. Only they pick it up seven days a week here. And they leave you a new trash bag too.
We have also seen lots of security vehicles passing by. They also accompany the staff when they take the money out of the vending machines. It is really quite an operation at this place.
As it got closer to the lunch hour we decided to head out to pick up a few things and eat lunch. Carolyn had suggested a place ...
... person has expressed an opinion about Myrtle Beach. Not a particularly optimistic one, either. A couple of ladies we met a few day ago and my nephew Alan thought that Myrtle Beach was a bit, shall we say, less than optimal.
As we got closer to our destination, we started to see what I would call some cheesy, tourist attractions. I guess to sum it up, it just didn't look as classy as some other places we have been. On the other ...
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 ...
... and Branson twice. I enjoyed each one and enjoyed this one as well. The entertainers are good. We saw impersonators for Buddy Holley, Diana Ross, The Blues Brothers, Rod Stewart, and Elvis Presley. It was a two hour show and went by quickly. We had good seats.
We walked over 10,000 steps again and logged 4.4 miles.