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... and dancing and fun. We actually met a few riders parents and it was so great to have them with our group. We also celebrated a few birthdays and have been poolside and food side all afternoon. Time to digest, rest, and injest as much water as possible. Side note - forgot to drink water after bike ride until this morning. I didn't know my head was capable of pounding in the places that it did. Arkansas bound tomorrow - first time to cross that state ...
... off to the Smoky Mountains today, just a long day of travelling ahead of us. We should arrive just in time to watch our first Smoky Mountain sunset — with ...
... The house was last redecorated right before he died, so the 70's motif is what you see in the home. Imagine shag carpets on the floors, walls, and even ceilings in some rooms and dark paneling in the kitchen and back family room and basement. The house is not a mansion by any sense of today's standards. But after seeing a replica of the shack that Elvis grew up in, you can understand why he thought of Graceland as a mansion. He ...
On the road again to drive The Blues Highway, route 61. Route 61, well at least the route we took, was incredibly straight and boring and not bluesy at all. Turns out, there is an old highway 1, and a newer highway 61. 2 lanes each way straddled by cotton and ...
... interior designer!
Behind the house was a building that housed some of his stage costumes, the outfits he and Priscilla wore at their wedding and a long corridor with walls covered in his gold and silver records.
Elvis is buried on the property, along with his parents and grandmother, and there is also a small plaque for his twin brother who died as a baby. I was quite surprised to find that the graves are accessible to the public, but it seemed appropriate ...