Southern Breeze Motel
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... with them and Harley and he (or she?) sniffed each other a bit. Harley wanted to play and barked at the dog. The man said he has never heard him bark since we have been here. We told him he only barks when he wants to play or if someone comes to the door.
The man said he works in the nuclear energy field as an inspector. He said he has tried to retire but keeps getting calls to do some work, so he still does. They do a lot of ...
... and around him. He didn’t mind at all.
The swimming pool area was very near their camp site so we took a look. As we were walking up there was a row of golf carts parked in parking spaces next to the pool area. There was at least a dozen or more there. It just proves that it is the preferred mode of transportation here.
The pool was very large and was L-shaped and there were quite a few people in it. Next to the pool is ...
... hook up the Jeep initially because we were going to check out an old cemetery called Magnolia Cemetery. Cheryl put the address into the GPS and off we went.
Unfortunately, one direction was a bit confusing and we missed the exit. We went about 10 more miles before we could find a suitable place to pull off to hook up the Jeep. We did make one stop but it wasn't going to work well since there was a tight turn that I wasn't ...
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.