Saturday, November 1, 2014

Friends, Beach, Golf, Grilling, Campfires = Great Time in Myrtle Beach

The four days we spent with Kirk and Susan and Paul and Bobbi in Myrtle Beach were great ones.  It was a very good location, the weather was nice and we all had fun.  Kirk and Susan stayed with us in the Roadrunner and Paul and Bobbi were in a camp site across the street.  It couldn't have worked out better.

Kirk is a walker and we've spent some time together over the years getting in some good walks.  We had some more early morning jaunts, this time along the beach.  We were hoping for a red-ball of fire type of sunrise this was the best shot I got. 
We were hoping for some coffee down on the fishing pier but couldn't find any so after about 45 minutes we headed back to the campground and made some and got some breakfast.  Pam and Susan were up by then and we got ready and took off for the golf course.

Myrtle Beach has 40+ golf courses and we picked Wicked Sticks (a John Daly Signature course).  
It turned out to be a good choice.  The course was well maintained a run and we didn't have anyone breathing down our neck.  Our starter was very thorough on procedures on the course, location of yardages and we started off well.

The ladies tee boxes were 50-60 yards in front of the men's which made it a lot more fun for everyone.
We all hit some good shots, made a few putts and had a very good time.

After golf, Pam went to the store to pick up a few items while I took our friends from Oklahoma out to the beach.  It was warm enough for Kirk to eventually jump in.
The low 80 degree weather was just right for some time soaking up some sun.

We had Paul and Bobbi over for dinner and we thoroughly enjoyed it.
We topped off the evening with a very pleasant evening around the campfire.
Like I said, it was a very good time and couldn't have gone any better.  Great memories together.

Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles!


  1. Snow here, so your pictures looked particularly nice.

  2. I have never been there, but have heard many great things about it. Nice pics and glad you are still having fun.