The day after our fun ultrasound we took off to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to celebrate! The skies were clear all weekend, but it was still very chilly. We look forward to a warm beach soon, so we can break out the swimsuits instead of the coats.
Myrtle Beach reminds us of Las Vegas, although I suppose it is a little more family oriented. There are all kinds of shows and attractions where you can spend your time and money, and let your sunburn heal in the summer. We hit the aquarium where they have a very long underwater tunnel.
Sawfish swimming overhead:
I thought my dad had a big nose.
We also saw a couple of shows. Thursday night was the Le Grande Cirque where we saw some amazing high flying tricks. And we feel privileged to have witnessed the spectacular 12 people on one bicycle stunt!!
Friday night we made our way to Medieval Times and cheered on the Red Knight!
We also dined on a meal consisting of all things dragon (dragon scale soup, dragon toes, dragon fingers, dragon leg, etc.). My dragon leg tasted like chicken.
The Red Knight was a fierce competitor, excellent horseman, and very easy on the eyes. He won several of the contests, and threw me this carnation after winning. I was flattered.
Seeing I had a small crush on our knight, Paul had to pose for a photo with the princess to even things out.
On the way home, we stopped in Wilmington, North Carolina to see the USS North Carolina battleship. It sailed in the south seas during WWII. It is also said to be haunted (ooooooo). I jump at the chance to tour someplace the Ghost Hunters have investigated.
This airplane crash landed on a mountain in Alaska?? and the crew all hiked back to safety. Many years later people in Alaska found it and the state asked North Carolina if they wanted it back. Now it is restored and sits back on the ship where it belongs.
Testing out the bunks. They were stacked 5 high. Not so bad actually. You could probably sleep pretty comfortably unless your were on the top. It was about 8 inches from the ceiling/pipes.