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 ...
... most expensive meal of the trip so far and we got plastic knives and forks...hey, what's that all about?? And after a few more bars, a few more 'How y'all doing y'alls?' it was time for bed ahead of an early start. So on saying goodbye to Memphis what are my most meorable moments? Undoutedy standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Hotel, the unstinting friiendliness of the inhabitants and a real affection for a relaxed and forgiving pace of life. I don't ...
... of the King of Rock n Roll, Elvis Presley. The house was awesomely tacky in that 70s style, and the sheer amount of awards and Gold Records Elvis had is actually insane. Upstairs was Elvis' private living area, and wasn't available to the pubic. He died up there in the bathroom. Outside, Elvis is buried near the pool alongside his father, mother and grandmother, along with a small plaque for his twin brother Jessie who died at birth. ...
We woke up as late as we could today, and packed our bags leisurely as we were leaving Memphis, but the train to Chicago wasn't coming until 10pm and we wanted to postpone the time we'd have to wander round the city with our giant bags.
Eventually, we had to get out of the hotel, so we caught a cab to the train station to see if we could check our bags. The cab driver was hilarious - he was playing ...