Everything under the sun is what this flea market claimed to have. This was a fairly good size indoor flea market. We had a good turnout and as we do at every stop, we had a lot of fun! Sorry for the delay in posting. So much has been going on since we were there. Better late then never, they say.
Brother Danny and Sister Linda just before getting into the car to head off to the Flea Market. We stayed at the beautiful Pirate Land Camping Resort. The views were breathtaking! The soothing ocean waves crashing onto the sandy beach. While we were there a strong thunderstorm came though. Praise YAH it wasn’t too bad. Just heavy downpour, strong winds and lots of thunder and lightning. The canal on the side of the campground really over flooded so was rushing quickly into the ocean. We took a walk down to the beach to see the view and put our feet into the water.
Since we had that storm the night before this particular sign especially caught our attention…
High bacteria levels may be present at this location, especially in days following rain due to storm water runoff.
SWIMMING IS NOT ADVISED
within 200 feet in each direction of this swash/stormwater outfall.
Wading, fishing, and shell collecting to not present a risk.
Of course, the only in site view anyone can see of this sign up and down the entire beach is when you are on your way off the beach. The signs are not facing you as you ENTER, but as you LEAVE the beach. So yeah, give us the warning NOT to swim in the beach when we are finished swimming in the beach. That sure is smart, right? Thankfully we didn’t swim in the water, it was too cold. But we did put our feet in it and let our dogs play on the dog friendly beach.
Running they did! The dogs love playing ball on the beach!
Rest assured, that warning sign we read on our way BACK from the beach sure got our attention. When we got back to our campsite we definitely had to look up about this “High Bacteria Levels” that the sign was talking about.
Needless to say, the bacteria levels were worse than the sign appeared them to be. All of the Myrtle Beaches were on a “No Swim” advisory. It did not necessary mean beach goers were not allowed to swim, but it wasn’t a good idea. The waters were contaminated with fecal mater. Swimmers were getting infections in their eyes from water getting in the eyes. Various swimmers of close to 100 were reported sick from the water before summer had even arrived! Myrtle Beach depends on its tourists to survive. They surely wouldn’t tell everyone they can’t go on the beaches.
So now the moment you have been waiting for. Here is our tour stop in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Brother Danny and Brother Daniel -Tacking the banner up above our booth.
Brother Danny and Sister Linda making sure the books and tracts are setup neatly. If you would like to see which ones we have available you can check out our newly designed free store at the FOY Shop!
All setup. Brother Danny and Sister Linda in front of our booth. Who wants the first shift?
Looks like the ladies want to take the first shift. Sister Linda and Sister Felicia are admiring our newest book, “Becoming the Best Team Players We Were Designed to Be!” This is a great book and a must read for all of the Body of Messiah!
About the Book: There are many teams in this world. However, only one is the most important. In this book (“Being the best Team Players We Were Designed to be!”), team players will learn strategic methods on how our team can achieve higher goals than the worldly teams. Following a few simply standards, team players can become mountain movers, seed sowers, faith builders, encouragers and so much more! This new book will take our mediocre team to a GREAT Team! Team players will learn what talents and gifts they specialize in. Knowing this, is the key in unlocking greatness for our team.
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Next it was the guy’s turn to take shift and let the ladies browse around. Brother Daniel and Brother Danny.
We really enjoyed this tour stop as we enjoy them all. Maybe next time we’ll see you?