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Drove to Memphis to see Elvis's house. Driving to it, I recognized it immediately. The tour was great. The house is much smaller than you would expect. The property and grounds are beautiful.
We then went over to Beale St. And ate lunch at B.B. Kings. May go back tomorrow night for the live music.
We then drove around downtown. In 30 minutes we drove in Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas.
When we got back we checked out another casino, Sam's Town. Just like ...
We're actually on 61 today, all our other days we've used scenic routes like the Natchez Trace or other highways to catch different attractions like BB's museum. We've done bits of 61 but today it's all interstate for about an hour to get us to Memphis. This lack of 61 miles hadn't stopped us buying 61 signs for the new decking at the van and fridge magnets. We will be morally obliged to pass Reds, our Clarkesdale local, so you can all ...
... of Muddy. Rachel said it scared her, in all honesty it would probably have terrified Muddy. The Blues club was a huge barn of a place. As a man who spent much of his professional life battling against graffiti it's a huge exercise in self restraint not to start furiously tutting when you hit a blues site and see scrawl everywhere. My companions cannot understand my ire, but for Gods sake when did defacing property suddenly get cool. Morgan's gaff is ...
... but that's good because the average worker here gets a measly 27k a year. So funding to exploit the blues tourist dollar is not forthcoming for Clarksdale. It is a poor showing from the State, poorer still from the county, for ascribing such little faith in the pulling power of Delta blues history. The "why" behind the tragic stories of Delta blues musicians needs to be aired; the role this music played in civil rights; it needs someone brave enough to mention the Klan ...
Before leaving Memphis, we stopped by the National Civil Rights Museum located at the Lorraine Motel. The second floor balcony of this motel was the site of Martin Luther Kings assassination back on April 4th 1968. The museum was recently redone and expanded and was preparing for a grand reopening this weekend on the 46th anniversary of his death. We could see only a few exhibits, but they were profound and well done. Looking at the old photos from that fateful day, that section ...
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