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November 30 – December 1, 2009
Our drive from Chickasaw State Park to Memphis took us along a beautiful secondary road through green rolling hills, farmlands and very small communities. It was a gentle introduction to western Tennessee and a very pleasant drive.
We entered the city not really knowing what to expect; we have …
... I learnt so much more about the plight of the Negroes.
Lunch at South of Beale bar on Main Street.
Dawn and I visited the Smithsonian rock and soul museum and Neil walked to Stax studios and museum.
Bill was doing a solo today walking around the city including the new pyramid shaped building that was full of shops at Uptown. He had lunch and a ...
We enter Arkansas in the morning when driving into Little Rock.
Fiona has a special relationship to Little Rock: in 3rd grade -while experiencing the pioneer life- she was a blacksmith's wife coming from Little Rock/Arkansas, which she now got a chance to visit in reality. How funny!
We didn't spend much time ...
In addition to the people who were being friendly to him, we encountered a mockingbird who was not. Apparently we were close to his territory and besides squawking up a storm, it began dive bombing Harley. Harley wasn’t paying that much attention and I don’t know if he even saw what was happening. A couple of times, though, the bird picked at his tail end and Harley jumped. I tried with no real success to get a picture but the ...
Along with the topic of one of my all time favourite songs, it happens to be a great little town! After a huge all you can eat lunch on the way, we started the day by visiting Sun Studio's, the original first actual room where Elvis was first recorded. We learnt all about that first rock’n’roll song and how it came to be. Elvis himself was close to not making it, first singing a ballad and not ...