Boardwalk Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Myrtle Beach
... br> 6- You are back at the villa for a break ( you need it when you follow someone on a bike).
7- You bring the bike back to the Thrift store (it was a buy and a sell thing).
8- You have lunch (because I need more energy right !).
9- You take it easy on the balcony whittling (wood carving) and sorting shells (just in case).
10- You go back to the beach where you get blown away (you have to be there one last time).
11- You ...
... one for everyone.
Tomorrow is our last day here. We will soak up the rays. We may get to the outdoor pool which is open now That would push our outside swimming season early. Also may be extreme miniputt. (Doreen says she wants to play more golf. Not only mini).
It's late at night and it's always time to reflect how this trip which is nearing it's end has been different. No not now. We will do that when we are back in town. You'll be the first to know.
... to play on the guitar (a Ringo tune, YES!). Doreen is soaking up the rays.
We then have Happy Hour with our friends (the neighbours). Also we feed a new friend: A swan. This sucker is big. I would not want to put my finger in this mouth.
After it is supper time. It's time (our last week) to eat the stuff we have left and believe me we still ...
Another day. It's good I bet
Today paradise is a bit wet.
I want to do my exercises
But my mind is less precise
I want to check the e-paper
To find out sooner than later
If the rhinos got the power
So I feel good to be a voter.
We then count our american pennies
Go to the store, get 3 quarters.
Look at new pool for ...
Remember there was suppose to be rain today. Ah!
Well after a nice morning, we have good weather and so we have to go to Murrell's inlet now. It's even sunny at times. We head down there with the neighbours. We have a nice time looking at mother nature in the marsh and at the same time smelling the nice aromas from the restaurants. We get to the pier and enjoy the assembly of animals, birds and the 2 girls in a kayak who are trying not to drown.