Days Inn West Memphis
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... up for the night at a Super 8 in Temple Tx. where we enjoyed a couple of pizzas in the room form Pizza Hut, and partied a little with a bunch of itinerant workers from Tennessee who were clearing land for an electricity project. Seemed like a good bunch of guys and we shared a few beers and laughs with them before retiring at around 10 for our nightly sleep.
Again we got up at 5 am hit the road smiling, filled up with fuel ...
... mountains. No one is here. Raining now. Last night we had a severe thunderstorm with much rain. On leaving this morning, just as I passed a tree with the coach, a tree on the side of hill came dow, crushing a near by camper. I guess we just live right. Tomorrow we hope to make Nashville. On the road, ...
... the guitarist that was so exceptional...she played guitar, played drums and had the most coolest voice. Apparently, she got through to round 4 of a recent American Idol, but was "let go" because she didn't move her hands enough!! Who cares..she can really play and sing without bells and whistles. It was also a jam night so Max and others got to get up and play. :)
... at 6.30am, this was insanely too early, we make our way into the Amtrak Station (empty, small and reasonably abandoned - great start). We sit for 30mins to try find a coffee shop and figure out where Main Street is whilst watching the one small tv in absolute silence ( I believe an old episode of some 70s British programme was on - destined to rerun on TNT forever). We finally decide on a coffee shop - supposedly open, and brave our way into the hot ...
... was time for some Memphis, or should I say Elvis Town, sightseeing. Despite the loads of people who have lived here, played here, and recorded here this town pretty much belongs to Elvis. Downtown Beale Street belongs to BB King and the blues, but the rest of the place belongs to Elvis. First stop Sun Studio where Elvis recorded his first song, which I believe was "that's alright", recorded for his mother. It was also the birthplace of the Million Dollar Quartet ...