Days Inn West Memphis
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... crystal blue waterways, but are actually
murky red from the very red soil. However, all of that is forgiven in light of
gasoline prices of less than $2.50/gal. Diesel runs around $2.56!
Easy driving, fiercely competitive card games at night and lots of evening walking
after sitting in the vehicles all day.
Wild beasties we’ve seen: deer, turtles, birds ...
... gal. At 11:30 we crossed the state line into Arkansas. We weren't sorry to leave the roads of Oklahoma behind. Overall they are some of the worst roads we have driven on in an RV. California is the worst.
Special report: 1) we have only watched TV once on this trip for an hour show on PBS, and haven't missed it at all, and 2), for the road kill report for today--many armadillos, two deer...and MANY less bugs on the windshield!
We stopped for fuel again in ...
... looking for a tent with either a Scottish or ozzy flag outside. It was the saddest sight to behold, and unless you know someone who is competing in the competition or are particularly attractive woman, I would not recommend this event to anyone.
So this was how the first hour was spent, it did however get far better from this point onwards. We moved over to the world famous beale street and my God, what a street. While Nashville has Broadway, and that was great, it has 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 ...
We got up early to head to Gracelands the home of Elvis Presley, we went on the mansion tour which was very surreal, we weren't allowed upstairs due to them wanting respect and privacy bit were allowed on the ground floor and in the rooms in the basement, we saw his lounge, dining room, kitchen, jungle room, pool room and other areas such as trophy room, he bought the house for $100k when he was 22 and is ...