Sleep Inn Horn Lake
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... from it and try other bars, the music was so good. The people were so friendly. We met this guy from Kentucky who kept coming and talking to us as he wanted to hear our accent and I really liked his so we had lots of chats. There were several groups of young girls on what we would call a "hens" party but they weren't having to do silly things. After a few bars we did a walk but ...
We spent the morning packing and surfing the net. Have finally settled on our route for the rest of the trip, so have booked most of the travel anyway. It's amazing how long this takes! Once we'd finished we grabbed a cab into the city and left our luggage at the train station, before heading to Beale street. A famous Memphis street - for blues/music. We headed on up to B B Kings Blue Bar - a great place with a fantastic band playing. ...
... in 1977. The house itself was not that big and much of the contents reminded me of my youth. It was almost like you could walk into the house and live in it right now. Elvis' grave site is also at Graceland. I thought it was a little weird that people would stand and stare at his grave for so long.
Civil Rights Museum
In the afternoon we visited the Civil Rights Museum. While the museum is in the middle ...
... to a band called Sonny Mac and the Mac 3's. Sonny is small of stature but big on performance. It's good rocking blues, and he and Max connect, as Max seems to do with a number of these blues men. Next thing Max is up playing with them, both on keys and then on guitar. It's so cool watching this tall skinny white boy from some far off land raise a smile from real blues musos. There is also ...
... Large campers could go on the BLM but most of the folks who own larger campers really do not like to store water and sewage in the holding tanks. If you own a camper like this, please chime in.
The advantages to a larger camper are: LOTS of space to pack things, a microwave, refrigerator that runs off of propane whilst you are driving so the food never gets warm, hot water, a large and comfortable bed, air ...