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... far, and did much today. We have a full load of fuel and propane...and we're ready for the storm.
Quote of the day- "I understand now....when people from out west say that we're wasting water where we live. It's SO different here and there."- Laurie
Song of the day- Ain't nothin' wrong with that- Robert Randolph and the Family Band
... for about 1 hour so we head down towards Beale Street which is home to plenty of bars/music joints/restaurants. We stroll around for a while checking out different spots and Charlie is starting to become a little difficult to get along with, for everyone of us not just me. The Memphis Grizzlies NBA Team play at the FedEx Forum just around the corner from Beale St. and they have a series of concrete spheres outside of ...
... with Good Sam's RV park rating. The Mid South RV Park (Harrah's) is top notch; the best RV park so far. I have all the amenities (except wifi); lots of space between Rvs, large, clean, heated restrooms and showers; the park itself is well designed with plenty of space for Willow's daily walks. I'm realizing how much the weather influences my travels. Having lived in CA most of my adult life I rarely gave the weather a ...
... bus, respect for the cultural revolution he catalysed and regret that something so powerful had reputedly been turned into something so commercial and downright tacky! But $37 didn't seem too high a price to pay to see what all the hype was about. So 3 hours later having seen the house, the cars, the planes, the gold discs and what was I thinking....well, I definitely have a new found respect for someone I didn't know or understand. Don't get me wrong ...
... and placed them in the fountain, in the hotel. They were there in the morning after the gentleman slept of the effects of the alcohol and the customers liked them so much they stayed. The ducks are raised by a local farmer, trained and rotated out of the hotel, back to the farm, every 3 months. The duck march is at 11,00 am and then at 5pm, when they go back upstairs in the lift, walking on the red carpet.