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... from which to get some internet coverage that isn’t in the wrong neighborhood. The other place I was using was a little iffy, so I decided not to go there anymore. We are going to just hang out this evening and watch some of the first season of Sons of Anarchy on DVD that Cheryl’s sister-in-law Liz let us borrow. Neither of us feel like going anywhere else today.
Tomorrow we hit the road for Arkansas. We are just across ...
... for the season yet, but the Amish and Mennonite Heritage centre was open. We didn’t arrive until 4.40pm (it closed at 5) and the tour of their awesome mural depicting their heritage took 30mins, but the man was kind to us and said he could give us a brief tour. The mural was circular -3m high and 80m long, displaying their history. Afterwards, he asked what our plans were for dinner and then asked if we would like to have dinner out with him and his wife. ...
... pretty small, but there's a bunch of music stores and places with bands, and we even saw some street performers doing rows of flips on the concrete and uphill - amazing.
We then went on to find a supermarket that we could do some stock-up shopping for the next few meals. We did it as quick as we could, before just heading back to the campsite for a very chilled and early night. We have to be up early in the morning anyway, so it's actually a good thing. Peace out from Memphis ...
... Memphis, we chatted not about *******. Our topic de jour centred around the 9 year old girl who played fiddle like Charlie Daniels. That young lady is a product of a supportive school curriculum that offers all students in The Ozark a choice of learning fiddle, guitar or banjo from the age of seven. They even supply the instrument. Coupled with a supportive culture that lifts up rather than tears down, kids can't help but be inspired to do wonderful things, things other than ...
Once we parked and got our tickets, we were given a pair of headsets and self guide recorder, and then they ushered us into a line for a small bus that took us across the street to the front of Elvis' home...Graceland. A greeter met us on the stairs of his home and explained that we just pushed the numbers on the walls in the different rooms and listened as a recording told us about what we were looking at that ...