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Oct 27, 2012 - Sunset Beach, NC

We are here to visit Janet's Aunt Anne and Uncle Bucky. The made us dinner and we caught up on family news. They have a beautiful home right on a golf course, and they have fantastic decorating taste. They have a golf cart in the garage and a veranda adjacent to the 2nd tee! Hurricaine Sandy has now been downgraded to a tropical storm and is supposed to hook to the west and will pass north of us. We will get wind and rain. Right now it is a light rain and breezy but it will get heavier! They are worried about the northeast because all that...

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Nov 5, 2011 - To Sunset Beach, NC

It is another day for visiting. We head south on Route 17. Near Jacksonville, we give Joe and Ann a call. We can be in Southport in time for lunch. We get through the gate of Joe and Ann’s community. We wind around for five miles following our GPS directions. We arrive at Joe and Ann’s front door. At least we think it is their front door. It is the right number. A stranger answers the door and says, “Hi, come on in.” I look around as her husband comes out of the kitchen. I am confused. “Are they home?” I ask. “Who?” “Joe and Ann.” “Who?” We...

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Oct 17, 2011 - Myrtle Beach, SC

We left Gettysburg, PA Friday morning around 11:00 a.m. heading for the Myrtle Beach, SC area and drove until about 5:30 p.m. that evening. We stopped in Wilson, NC at a Super Walmart to pick up a few items that were on our list and while in the store, spoke with Brandy, a manager and got permission to dry camp on the far corner of their parking lot. We had noticed another rig and several eighteen wheelers already on that part of the parking lot when we pulled in, so figured they allowed overnight camping. We do most of our shopping at...

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Jun 10, 2008 - Sunset Beach, NC

Guess what? It's unusually hot here! Such a surprise - everywhere we go!! We're 45 minutes above Myrtle Beach. We drove through a bit of that and North Myrtle Beach. Yee gad, tons of people, resorts, golf courses, miniture golf courses on each block each with its own theme, and outlet stores. Had dinner at Ella's in Calabash. Calabash has maybe 10 (maybe more!) restaurants down by the wharf that all serve fresh seafood and they are all full of people. I'm still loving the shrimp that doesn't come from Asia.

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