Day 2: The (Mini?) Golf Capital of the World

Trip Start May 29, 2009
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Trip End Jun 05, 2009


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Saturday, May 30, 2009

This morning we headed out to town to buy tickets to the Carolina Opry. There was a fiddle
player in on the brochure, so I am hopeful of its quality. Myrtle Beach is similar to Pigeon Forge, with lots of theatres
run by retired entertainers.

 

Matthew said the one thing he wanted to do while we were
here was to play putt-putt in the golf
capital of the world
. There is no shortage of places to do that, so,
naturally, we chose the site with a big airplane and helicopter. One hole in,
it started pouring. We ran back to the ticket counter and watched some blue goldfish
swim around in blue tinted water. The storm quickly passed, and Dad went on to
shame us all in the end. I did get a hole-in-one, though, so that constitutes a
successful game in my book.

 

Tonight after dinner we went to a show called "Good
Vibrations: Music of the 60's, 70's, and 80's". It was an hour and a half of
nonstop hippie music.

 

We are still having computer trouble, but I will get some
pictures uploaded as soon as possible.

 

May a bird of paradise fly up your nose,

Kelsey

 

Today's listening selections:

No Other Way; Mountain HeartAdam Steffey is probably
my favorite mandolinist. He plays with Dan
Tyminski
(the "man of
constant sorrow
") now. Mountain Heart's fiddler, Jim Van Cleve, is pretty cool,
too.
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NevaHendrix32 on

The personal
loans seem to be important for guys, which would like to start their
business. By the way, that is not really hard to receive a car loan.

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