Monday, August 30, 2021

Myrtle Beach: Part 3

Tuesday morning found us stocking up on donuts again.  We had a Krispie Kreme close to the house, but it had limited hours due to staffing.  I was excited to see the hot light on when I got there and was able to deliver them back to the house still hot.
After breakfast, we did out only outing with the kids. Broadway at the Beach is a large outdoor shopping mall and attraction center about 25 minutes from the house.  We got there right at 10am.  It was already swelteringly hot, but there was hardly anyone else, which was the goal.  We walked around the full outer perimeter while stopping at a few stores for souvenirs and treats.  It was a cute little spot and an excuse to get out of the house.
We were all dripping when we got back to the car and stopped a the pool before lunch.  After rest time we headed back to the beach.
We ordered some BBQ takeout for supper that supplemented what we made.
Jimmy and I had a little night out to go mini-golfing.  Myrtle Beach is the self proclaimed min-golf capitol of the world, boasting over 50 courses.  We went to the closest one which ended up being Jamaica themed.  I thought this was fun since our last true beach vacation was our honeymoon in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.  It wasn't too busy so we were able to get through the 18 holes pretty quickly.  It was a fun course, but didn't have anything super strategic.
The kids explored the complex playground with Nana before heading to the pool for a sunset swim.

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