Thursday, November 11, 2010

Still in Myrtle Beach

Here is where we had lunch in Calabash, NC. Capt. Nance's Calabash Seafood Restaurant

How do you like this bicycle built for four!

Another cute little house at Ocean Lakes. Notice the one next to it is huge. That is how it is here. All different styles and sizes all mixed together.

More residents of Ocean Lakes!

We are still hanging out here in Myrtle Beach. The weather has been beautiful these last few days, in the 70's and sunny. The beach is so nice this time of year. I will try to get some pics up but haven't taken any of the beach yet.

While our friends, Frank and Sandy were here, we wanted to take them to a town 30 miles away and just over the border, Calibash, NC, Seafood Capital of the world (or so it claims to be). It is the home of the Calibash style of seafood which is very popular here in Myrtle Beach. It is a neat experience, because it is such a tiny town with seafood, after seafood restaurant all next to each other. There are nine or ten in all and so it's hard to decide which one to go to. Unfortunately, it was raining hard that day, so I wasn't able to take many pictures and the ones I did take didn't come out well. We had a very nice lunch and more importantly a very nice visit with our friends. We were sorry to see them go, and felt bad that the weather hadn't been better while they were here.

We went to the Tanger Outlet stores today and walked around. I'm convinced that outlets do not offer prices for less. The Liz Clairborne store was going out of business here, so I went in there as everything was 60 to 80 % off. I still couldn't afford the prices for many of the things on sale there. I didn't even feel that the quality justified the price.

Sunday we head to Charleston. Al's nephew Rob and wife Vickie as well as their kids and grandkids live near there. So we are looking forward to seeing all of them, and taking in the sights of Charleston.

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