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On our way down through to New Orleans we stopped twice to help brake up the drive (Dylan's drive). First stop was Memphis so we could check out 'The King's' pad, then onto Jackson, Mississippi.
Graceland in Memphis was interesting, I learnt a lot about Elvis's life but it was more interesting watching the people visiting, definitely some …
... asking what appears to be the officer problem ( I didn't do that but wanted to) he let me off after realising we were English and just had a big chat with us about his English heritage- top guy. Arriving in Memphis slightly blue (no joke intended) about Alex's wallet and the difficulty it would cause we went out to Beale street however we were a bit disappointed ...
We should probably rename this Travels with the National Weather Service because they are governing what direction we travel. It shoul all work out well as long as we are not driving in circles. We arrived here, just outside Memphis, on Wed and spent Thursday on a tour of the city. The tour was fun and allowed ...
... on the Civil War trail tomorrow with Corinth and Shiloh....
PS You've probably read Pauline's quick work on identifying the trio!!!!! Well Done Pauline on that one...
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... water and you should have seen the looks I was getting along with calls like, "Hey white boy" or just the simple "YO!" every couple blocks. I dont think they were accustomed to a white dude rolling up in their area like that, but I ignored the stares and shouts and moved on.
Graceland was much farther than I thought (the way I took was probably about 10-15 miles each way) and by the time I got there, the sun had exhausted me. It really wasn't even ...