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The story for Memphis started back in Louisville when we had to drive 3 hours to get there and the guess of how far the gasoline would get us!! We managed to roll into The hood of Memphis Downtown needing gasoline and Trace experienced the locals in the petrol station and we promptly got out of there to the hotel. Memphis definitely has a good and bad side and you can see it easily! We made our way back our in the Chevy to Graceland ...
... across Tennessee to the Smoky Mountains, first to Nashville by bus then hiring a car (first time driving, should be right as we have our bearings now) to ...
... that. The grave is a very emotional place, not only because it is Elvis (who did so much in his 42 years on earth) but because of the emotions of fellow tourists reactions. This one lady who was speaking German to her family had tears streaming down her face. She was so visibly upset. I couldn't believe it but it made me sad to think that this woman was so choked up. You would of thought she was his family.
After our time at the grave, we boarded a bus that took ...
... where Robert Johnson sold his sold to the devil in exchange for being able to play the blues, is actually just over the railroad at a hump where two roads meet. So we drive to see it, and miss it! A quick turn around, and we are on it. There's nothing to see but scruffy grass and weeds and a rough piece of road. So we head off to another famed sight where he was ...
... friends Steve and Karen Giles from Cleveland. Made us realise it really is a small world!
They came over to join us when they heard us talking and recognised the Aussie accent coming from our way.
Hours of chatting, males drinking heaps, cranky old neighbour banging on his RV wall for us to shut up as it was after quiet time in the RV Park. I felt like I had known Terry forever, we had such a great long ...