Waccatee Zoo

This is a small privately-owned zoo. Like many low-budget animal places, they use pens made from wire fencing, which is strong and cheap, but is hell for photographers.  😦 The zoo seems popular with kids, though. Some of the animals are rescued lions and tigers and bears, oh my, but many of them are deer, … More Waccatee Zoo

Warbird Park

Warbird Park, in Myrtle Beach CA, was an Army Air Force training field during WW2, then became an Air Force fighter base during the Cold War. When the base closed down in 1993, the land was donated to the city as a park. Today, there are several Cold War aircraft on display and some memorials. … More Warbird Park

Ripley’s Aquarium

Ripley’s is best-known for their museums of odd and unusual things. But they also have a pretty nice Aquarium in Myrtle Beach SC. I’m always up for a nice relaxing afternoon of looking at fishies.  🙂 Some photos. ​The Aquarium. They are adding a new area for stingrays and penguins. ​Inside the Aquarium ​A colorful … More Ripley’s Aquarium

Wheels of Yesteryear

The Wheels of Yesteryear Auto Museum in Myrtle Beach SC features a collection of around 50 muscle cars from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Ya know, back when gas was cheap and the testosterone flowed freely.  🙂 Some photos from a visit. ​The museum ​Inside the museum ​1970 Dodge Challenger R/T ​1963 Corvette Sting Ray … More Wheels of Yesteryear