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... a small visitor centre. That was a nice finish to our Elvis experience.
It is sobering to reflect that the countryside that we are in now was severely segregated just 50 years ago, with horrifying violence in the transitions period in the 1960s, and any of the trees we see could well have been lynching trees in the last century. Now there is really no obvious evidence of those days… at service stations and coffee shops there are ...
... and it was amazing. We listened to a taped explanation of the temple and then the tour guide took us up on the altar which is called something else. We saw a Torah that was written on deerskin in the 2700's. There were plaques around the room with lists of names. Some of the names had lights on beside them and that indicated that it was the anniversary of their death.The latest date I saw was 1953. The columns throughout the church appear to be ...
... distraught in a manner of seconds. It's true what they say about music having charms to sooth the savage beast -- headphones and his iTunes playlist saved the day. I only wish I'd thought of the solution 45 minutes earlier than I did. D'oh!
Yes, we sang our way up the road. Learned that Will knows almost all the words to "Stairway to Heaven," even though he sings aloud about every fifth one. Kind of like ...
... a hot day, so walking into our hotel (the inn at Ellis square) with its air conditioning was a nice experience. There were a few people at the bar area, so we waited a bit until the coach arrived with our bags. Then we got our room keys and went to the rooms. There was a bit of time before the next meet up, so i downloaded pictures from my camera and sorted them, unpacked bags and re sorted, got ready for the next day and relaxed a bit.
I then left ...
... John's mother was an Australian war bride. We told him about the Waif's song Bridal Train. While we were having coffee Nick an Aussie/American oral surgeon heard us talking and came over to say hi. An hour of interesting conversation followed. We had booked a restaurant for dinner and we asked the locals what they thought of it, after the disappointing experience of The Olde Pink House last night (beautiful old house, good service but very average food). They ...