Edwardian Inn/Allin House
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... go off in the house, she announced to all that it was a stupid question but she must answer all questions, even stupid ones.
We left 'port' at 1.00pm to music on the calliope (as per usual). I kept meaning to watch the calliope being play but never got around to it. I've lost my opportunity now as we arrive in Memphis tomorrow and that's the end of the cruise. After a quick lunch, I had my obligatory 2-hour sleep. It's hard work doing nothing!
... marker pen autographs. I think he needs to knock it on the head and buy a few gallons of magnolia. Clarkesdale is a run down town but hugely atmospheric. See the photos readers. 15.06 Because Clarkesdale is such an iconic town for the blues, the place is littered with famous names. John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters and Ike Turner all lived here at some time or other. There are also really cool music businesses. Cat Head, a folk art and cd store of all ...
... to see here), we push on with more bickering between Siri and Paul. There is a lot of flat and not much in Mississippi, oh and a whole lot of cotton fields- acres and acres of them. It hurts my heart to look at those fields and think about the history behind them. Nowadays there are huge harvesters which mechanically pick the cotton that the blacks spent back and spirit-breaking hours picking manually.
Our next port of call along the Blues Trail is the B.B. King Museum ...
... envelope some. The exhibit curators had even bought over from a few blocks north, and reconstructed on site, the church hall where the Presley's used to worship. It was obvious a lot of tourist dollars had been invested, and why not. If you've got it flaunt it. Never mind that the Presley's early life in Tupelo can, I think, best be summed up by the old Cream blues, "If it wasn't for bad luck, I wouldn't have no luck at all." Such details can be easily overlooked, and ...
... its way but is is quite warm probably about 28C. Along the road we pass several swamps.
The delta is a place of extremes, it's seen good times and bad. Clarksdale, which is at the famous crossroad of Highway 61 and Highway 49 does not give a good first impression - some boarded shop fronts and run down buildings gives one the feeling that it has certainly seen better days. We head for the Delta Blues museum, in an old railway ...