We reached the ninety-third day and Charlotte, NC would be our starting place. The home stadium of the Carolina Panthers football team, peeked out over the highway along with some other tall buildings in Uptown Charlotte. Driving southbound, we moved into South Carolina. In the town of McBee, SC, McLeod Farms Roadside Market was a farm that sold its own fresh fruits, vegetables, and homemade pastries. Out in the farm area they hosted fall festivities such as pumpkin patches and hayrides. They dressed up bales of hay as silly characters and displayed large signs of different fruits and vegetables, even a jack-o-lantern. As we were passing through Florence, SC we spotted a man on a very cool white motorcycle that had a huge front wheel and featured detailed silver accents throughout. Many of the neighborhoods are getting ready for Halloween, as the holiday approaches we’ve seen more and more houses decorated in celebration. As we approached the coast, there was a landfill full of decommissioned boats. Some of the sea vessels lined the road in the front. Longleaf pine trees bordered the long stretches of highway 544 as we continued south. We finally arrived at the coast and we paid Myrtle Beach, SC a visit. Along the edge of the beach many hotels and resorts separated the sand from the main road. We drove down the extravagant Ocean Blvd which is filled with many specialty shops and restaurants. The brightly lit Blvd also featured a huge 187 foot tall multi-colored ferris wheel called the Myrtle Beach Sky-Wheel and other carnival type rides like a jumbo bungee swing. We left the beach and travelled inland until we returned to North Carolina and our day yielded in Jacksonville, NC.