We left Naval Station Mayport and headed north up I-95 then east and over the coast to Myrtle Beach.
Meanwhile, we are staying at the lovely Mrytle Beach State Park. Its a bit pricey ($41nite) but has full hookups including sewer.
There are a lot of sites here and the typical State Park clientele -- a little bit of everything.
It is a large park and a great beach and fishing pier.
We tried one out yesterday: Heron Point Golf Course. It was a ways out of town and in what turned out to be an older neighborhood.
We only paid $30 which included golf cart and a bucket of balls. The course itself was a terrific layout.
But the course was on the verge of being neglected. Probably too much competition for too many years. The price was right and we had a fun day, but it was a little sad to see such a great layout not too well maintained. It is the centerpiece of a housing area that must have been in its prime in the 1980's.
Gladly, there are more courses to play and other ones to see, so we are going to have plenty to do while here.
After we got back from the golf, we chilled out and since we only have local channels and no ESPN, we watch a Red Box movie: The Monument Men. It was OK but we liked the one we saw the night before called "Draft Day".
We are also trying out a new grill purchase - a Grill Mat.
We are off to a great start in Myrtle Beach and looking forward to the next few days with Kirk and Susan!
Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles!