The Shag, South Carolina’s official dance

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North Myrtle Beach is known as the birthplace of The Shag, a dance that is similar to a six-count swing-step and the official dance of South Carolina, and Kelly and I decided it… Continue reading

Harvest Home Weekend Festival at Brookgreen Gardens

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If you know me at all or have been following this blog, you already know that I’m not over-exaggerating when I say that autumn festivals are one of my favorite things in the… Continue reading

Conway Fall Festival

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Autumn has always been my favorite time of year; so much so that I refer to it as “the most wonderful time of the year” much to the dismay of my best friend… Continue reading

The Trippo Water Slide of North Myrtle Beach

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An “adventure” is defined as “an unusual or exciting experience or activity; especially the exploration of the unknown”.  If I’m being honest, oftentimes I don’t know what I’m getting myself into when Karen… Continue reading

May I Have This Dance?

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Whether you are a fan of dancing or not, you have to admit it is impressive to see a couple on the dance floor who know what they are doing.  Kelly and I… Continue reading

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium

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Looking for a place where you can find authentic shrunken heads, a 19th century vampire killing kit, and the world’s longest chewing gum wrapper chain?  Want to learn about ancient Egyptian tombs and… Continue reading

FREE! Movies After Dark – Mr. Peabody & Sherman – in Surfside Beach

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Surfside Beach, “the family beach,” offers another great local venue for outdoor movies June through August.  This week’s movie was Mr. Peabody & Sherman, an animated movie about a dog and his friend… Continue reading

Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach

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What do you do on a rainy day in Myrtle Beach? You visit an art museum! The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is nestled across from the sand dunes off of South Ocean… Continue reading

Paddleboarding on the Waccamaw River

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As an environmentally conscious person, I tout outdoor activities as some of my favorite things to do, but truth be told I don’t get into the great outdoors as often as I’d like. … Continue reading

North Myrtle Beach Historical Museum & Toy Time Exhibit

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We were enticed to the North Myrtle Beach area by an interactive, hands-on Toy Time exhibit featuring giant wooden folk toys created from 300 year old designs – toys that tumbled, slid, rocked,… Continue reading