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... and visit for hours.
We went back to the RV Resort so Randy & Stephanie could pack up—they move on to their next stop tomorrow. It always makes travel day easier if you can do part of the work the day before.
George and I went for a walk around the Resort. We loved seeing the little ...
... and restaurants are on the other. We went into a couple of gift shops, but they felt like "tourist traps". They seemed to all have the stereotype beach souvenirs. None of us bought anything. We all know… if we buy something, we will have to find a place for it in the RV.
We enjoyed our little stroll down along ...
... can tell you, we are rejoicing in the day!!!
Because we are not generally up at sunrise, we assumed no one else would be joining us at the beach. We were so wrong. There were quite a few people who had the same idea.
I could babble on about the sunrise and the beauty… ...
My last day of course had the best weather of the entire trip. Sunny and warm with not a cloud in the sky! Now if the whole trip could have been like this...
I left the hotel and headed north on Hwy 17. I stopped at the Visitor Center on the Mt. Pleasant side to take a picture of the Ravenel Bridge which looked so nice in the sun! Then continued on my way towards Myrtle Beach. My stop for the day was Brookgreen Gardens. ...
... am and after 4 pm. No dogs on Florida beaches EVER. Walking along the beach with Willow is another benefit of being in MB.
Before April 11 (the start of the season), the beaches belonged to Willow and me. Now, with kids out of school for spring break, we have to share with hundreds of others. In the summer, that's probably thousands of others. We got spoiled having the beaches to ourselves. Check out the before ...
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