We went to Myrtle Beach South Carolina for Labor Day Weekend, not the best weather to be at the beach since it was overcast and cool the whole time we were there.
For many, Labor Day marks unofficial end of summer.
This made me think of Footprints in the Sand poem.
We all helped Lee looking for seashells, it was my dad, Bo, second sister and Lee in this picture.
Lee found a pretty one. She had a great time, the last time we took her to the beach was 4 years ago, she was only 3.5 years old, and couldn’t remember much.
She is proud of her collection, many pretty seashells, she gave a few to her teacher.
We passed a boy and his mom with an impressive seashells collection.
I also learned something new, these are Shark’s teeth, strange to me that they’re not white, but black instead. Sharks continually shed their teeth, and some can shed approximately 35,000 teeth in a lifetime, that’s many.
We saw many treasure hunters, this man looks like a pro. Treasure hunting and beach metal detecting is great for Myrtle Beach area since it’s populated by people and I’m sure there are a lot of lost treasures on the beach. The boy with the green pail looked like he is looking for Ponyo.
I guess green pail made me think of Ponyo, I kind of thought that this lady with a green pail could easily pass as an older version of Ponyo.
There is that cartoon like character about her, I wanted to go over and pay her a compliment, but I don’t think she would like that one bit.
I certainly didn’t expect to see a man casting his net here at the beach.
He still needs lots of practice, his net was not as nice and round when it hit the water. He was catching small fish for small bait fish.
This seems like a nice place to sit and relax, right by the ocean.
The chair rental was a bit pricey, $30 per day and I doubt if they made much money the two days that we were there, it was overcast both days.
This is the hotel that we stayed at, one of the biggest hotel that we’ve ever stayed.
It’s oceanfront, and a nice view from our 9th floor balcony.
We had a nice sunset on Sunday evening, too bad it’s not on the ocean side.
If you stayed at a place and had cops cars to visit, it’s time to checkout, I’m glad that we didn’t stay at this Inn.