Against my better judgment, I decided to do the 15+ hour drive there all in one day. Wow, did that ever hurt. Luckily, Wednesday's crowd was a lot of fun, so they made it worth it! Plus, I got to work with Adam Hunter, who I really enjoy.
That's him on stage:
Plus, my friend, Jim (who I met a couple years ago at the club) came to check out the show. I hadn't seen him in a while, so it was great to catch up.
|Hello humidity (working a number on my hair)!|
|I asked where the first was. They did not know.|
|I'm not telling whether I ate this all in one sitting.|
More vegan treats were had.
|Don't mind if I do.|
Over the weekend, I did more exploring. I checked out the Vereen Gardens, but I didn't stay too long, as I was convinced I was going to encounter snakes, whom I'm deathly afraid of. It was definitely pretty while I was there though.
I also went to the Horry County Museum, which tells the history of the Myrtle Beach area. It was quite interesting, and in one exhibit, I actually saw a tv/DVD player that I still have. That's right: Kate Brindle does not own a flat screen. Nor cable. And I have no idea how to use SnapChat. Call me old and out of touch (you wouldn't be the first).
The rest of the weekend was a lot of fun. More shows with more cool crowds, and more hangs with Dennis, Jamie, and the other folks at the club. Oh, and did I mention they make a drink with Swedish Fish in it? I may or may not have helped myself to quite a few of those.
On Sunday, I left bright and early, which called for some sad faces.
Until next time, Myrtle Beach. Thanks for the awesome time!