Sleep Inn Horn Lake
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... on each corner. Didn't hear any of the music we had come for. Tomorrow we will go to Gospel Tabernacle church for a new experience and then the Martin Luther King Museum. So this morning, I checked with the front desk to make sure that the church was in a safe area and worth seeing. She said it was good, but to dress inconspicuously, not to get lost, leave right after the service and we probably won't get shot! Honest! We decided to go to Graceland instead. There is so ...
... awarded the honor of first idiotic comment of the the trip when I got all excited that I'd seen walnut whips on the trolley the air hostesses were bringing with afternoon tea which actually turned out to be the weeniest packet of mini pretzels you've ever seen - apparently the look on my face was akin to a child being told Santa is really his dad! My only defence was that I'd just woken up and was low on sugar!
After 9 hours ...
... And this is where we meet Nick Kenney and had our famous interview. Ha ha. But it wasn't really an interview. But won't let the truth ruin a good story. The girls got in the shot in the background. Nick and his camera lady were pretty cool. Really relaxed and Nick was from New Orleans so he gave us some good places to go for good food! That night sort of all rolled into one. We had dinner and went to a few different places down Beale Street and meet up with Daddio ...
Had a great cruise in a paddle steamer on the Mississippi River today.
Great commentary, learnt lots of history about the mighty river.
Late lunch back at Beale Street, where we were joined by Ed's brother Moray. He had driven down from about 4 hours away to catch up, was great to see him again on this trip.
We sat for a few hours and watched some more amazing live ...
... 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 ...