Days Inn Myrtle Beach
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... too. I needed to get to Best Buy to pick up Photoshop Elements so I can continue to edit the photos I have been posting. The program was lost when the computer died and I tried one of the pre-loaded photo software that is on this computer but trying to learn a new program wasn't in the cards for me.
I also wanted to pick up a new faucet aerator for the kitchen sink. The one that is in it is a water saver, and man does it save ...
... there again should our travels take us this way again. Be sure to stop by if you ever travel this way.
We headed back to the RV and when we entered the front gate, a man was waving at us. I got closer and saw that it was Jorge, the guy we told you about from our last stop. He said he and his family have been enjoying the beach and haven’t really left it since they got here. He was heading up to pick up his truck after getting some ...
... plan is not to "paint the town" but to enjoy the beachside offerings at the place we were headed.
When we pulled up to our destination, the Ocean Lakes Family Campground, our jaws hit the deck. The entry was huge with several lanes to park for check in. I got out and could see by the number of windows at the check in area, that this place could be really busy. I went thought the serpentine and stepped right up to the ...
... people fishing. A guy on one side started fussing...at the shark swimming around his bait and then another guy on the other side (Robert, seems they all know each other) got a strike. He must have battled it for a good 15 minutes going from one side of the pier to the other and over and under fishing poles and after all this he either lost it or the shark broke the line. We were amazed at the number of jellyfish floating around and ...
... 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.