Sunday morning, my wife and I are heading to our timeshare in Myrtle Beach. The last time we were there was about a year-and-a-half ago, so it will be nice to get back there and visit.

If you've ever been to Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, our timeshare is pretty much right across the street from there. We are about three blocks from the ocean, and if the weather cooperates, I'm sure we will be on the beach for at least one of the days we are there.

We are also bringing our golf clubs with us and hope to get a couple of rounds of golf in. Myrtle Beach is considered by many, the golf capitol of America, because of the number of courses in that area.

We will visit some of our favorite restaurants while we're there and we always try and find one or two places that we haven't been to yet.

And then there's Mini Golf. If you've ever been to Myrtle Beach, I'm sure you've seen the amazing miniature golf courses they have there. Some of these mini golf courses must have cost a million dollars or more to build. There are probably about 20 mini or golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area.

Usually after dinner, Chris and I will pick at least one of the Putt-Putt courses as they call it down there, and play at least 18 if not 36 holes. At the end of the week, we tally up all the mini golf victories, and that person is named the “Mini Golf Champion” until the next time we visit The Grand Strand.

Doug Mosher will be filling in for me while I'm gone. So I'm leaving you in good hands with a familiar voice. I'll talk to you again on Monday the 23rd. Until then, be safe and stay healthy.