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... of an extended road trip. In this case it was laundry. Steph and Cindy stayed at the laundromat while Chris and I ran some errands. By 3:00 PM we were back in our trailers and napping. When we got up and moving at 5:00 PM, we all started the chores necessary to leave tomorrow. I took the truck and fueled it and grabbed some ice for the coolers while Cindy straightened up the trailer. About ...
... all leading up to the fact that we ran it for a total of 8.4 hours yesterday! That is a record for us, except for a time or two we ran it when we were somewhere that we had no electrical hookups for the night, and it was too hot to be comfortable without the AC. Got to love that cool air!
Now to the second point from yesterday evening, our outing to attend the musical, Nanyehi, at the Hard Rock Casino. We went anticipating that we would enjoy it and in fact, the whole thing ...
Since we made it to Memphis early we decided to go to Beale Street and enjoy the afternoon. Beale Street reminds us of Bourbon street and was fun to visit. Lots of music and places to have a cold one and grab some great ribs. There is much more to see when you are down there like the Peabody Hotel, you can watch the ducks walk on the red carpet and take the trolley to the riverfront. It wasn't hard getting around the area but we were there on a ...
... a song that we often sing at our First Unitarian Church in Memphis, and one that always tugs at our hearts.
This is my song, O God of all the nations
A song of peace for lands afar and mine
This is my home, the country where my heart is;
Here are my hopes, my dreams, my holy shrine;
But other hearts ...
Started the day with a
stop at the Magnolia Mound plantation. It was great until I decided to
check on the sugar cane plants and stood on the home of fire ants. I
know why they are called fire ants!! But the interesting stories of how they lived and managed in this heat - the slaves lay on the ground outside the open doors to make sure ...