As many of my readers may have picked up by now, Geoff and I have struggled since our move to Myrtle Beach. Vermont was the ultimate outdoor and adventure playground for us. There was never any shortage of trails to explore or parks to visit; the outdoors was equal parts training grounds and playground. Myrtle Beach is quite the opposite, with it’s massive sea of concrete and commercialism. Here it seems trees aren’t sacred, but are instead simply a “filler” for empty lots waiting to be developed.
But in an effort to “love the one you’re with” or in this case, to love the place you live, we have made it a point to look beyond all of the pavement, neon lights, and massive hotels, and to instead find hidden outdoor gems here in the Grand Strand area. Because South Carolina truly does have its own unique beauty, and it would be a shame to not appreciate it. So until I run out of places to share, once a week I’ll be featuring another adventure on this new “Myrtle Beach Outdoor Adventures” series. If you have any suggestions for places we should visit, please let me know.
This page will be updated as posts are written.
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