Airbrushed tee shirts and junky souvenirs

Philip Morgan

When I was a kid, Myrtle Beach was defined in my mind by endless shops selling airbrushed tee shirts and junky souvenirs, miniature golf courses, full sized golf courses (more per-capita, IIRC, than any other place), and the campground where my family went for affordable but fun vacations.

List member Karl Sakas sent this fun example of specialization:

Turns out, Myrtle Beach has at least one interesting store now! Things do change.

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If you're celebrating Independence Day, have a good one and keep all your fingers intact!