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Day Fourteen, April 25, 2015
Woke up about 6:30 after a good night's sleep. It was raining when we went to bed but I could just barely hear it, just enough to put me to sleep. For the most part going to sleep hasn’t been a problem on this trip. I usually turn on a podcast and fall asleep listening to it.
Knowing we had a lot planned today we got ready and left a little after 10:00, unusual for us! We went to the ...
... the back of another tour which has just started. The guy running it has a clear passion for his material but I think he must have ADHD because he keeps jigging about all the time, either that or he needs to go to the toilet real bad. The tour is interesting, but probably the most interesting fact about it all was that just when Elvis became a bit of a someone, the owner of Sun Studios Sam Phillips sold him off to RCA for a princely sum of $35,000 to pay off his own debts. Apparently ...
... when I felt the prod down under. When I started playing guitar in 1986 I took myself on a musical quest to seek out the source of where this music had begun. To me, at the time, it was the most important thing in the world to learn. Today, after the Sun Studio Tour, using ideas as my maps, the next most important hallowed ground to doff my hat to was 20 minutes walk away along Union Avenue to downtown Beale Street. Walking up Beale from the Mississippi River, just to stand on ...
... bus journey. Certainly no cowboys here! Just the Memphis blues. All part of the Southern traditions on route! Today the sun was shining so we had a chill outside then walked to the Civil Right Museum. It cost 15 dollars and was worth every single penny. The museum (formerly the motel where MLK stayed in 1968) has all been altered to show the story from slavery to now. ...
... Good times are being had with plenty of laughs. The landscape is pretty much the same as the yesterday and the weather is sunny with a cool breeze. We hit a small place call Hayti, Missouri where we are in need for a break and some lunch.in all times we have been to the USA robyn and I have never had KFC, so we thought we would give it a whirl. So in we go and we were not sure if the lasy behind the counter spoke english or perhaps she just didnt like her ...