Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Horn Lake
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... My chore this morning is to go to Honda and get it fixed. Thank God for GPS. What did we do before? Have had a chance to wash the car and RV, even though it was raining. Joan has really planned meals that are great. Last night it was comforting to come in from doing chores and having pot roast. Even stopping for lunch, we have been able to have great meals in the coach. Here Joan is in heaven, they have free wash/dry. Hoping to see the sun soon. On the road, ...
... br> The next morning after being alarming woken at 6am by a security guard in Walmart, we headed off to Sun Studios – the birthplace of Rock 'n’ Roll. We did a guided tour of the Studio, which made famous by recording Elvis’s first album as well as many other famous artists after him, including the likes of Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Roy Orbison. The studio was largely untouched (including the equipment) since the late 50’s and ...
... so convenient as we were car-less.
Sorry again for the lack of photos...I promise I am taking them. Some on my I Phone and some on Mom's camera, but between not having a cord to upload from her camera yet, and me being inexperienced with my new chrome book, combined with no internet on train, and no sleep, I have not figured it out yet....But I am writing any how...
Good night to all my followers. Did I tell you where we are going tomorrow?????? Stay tuned.
My cold has decided to take control of my body and I cough all night, but I rise we excitement of visiting Graceland this morning - Nicole is not so excited but agrees to humor me!
We take the free (and somewhat unsafe) shuttle to Graceland, with only one day left in Memphis we decide not to pay for the tour but to experience the free exhibits and find a very trip-appropriate 'I <3 ELVIS' badge. I loved it, ...
... and sewer are all right there at your camp site.
One other thing that is important to note is something called "Pull Thrus". These are also very important if you have a large RV and are not too keen on backing it in. State parks do not normally have these.
Private campgrounds run the spectrum of simple to urban jungles. You just have to decide what you will be camping in and then what does that camper ...