Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Horn Lake
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... would order. Along the way we saw a variety of road kill, nothing that we would see at home - Bambi, porcupine and something else that we couldn't recognize. As we reached Memphis early we went to the STAX Museum to see the history of the blues music it was worth going to and gave us an insight into what to expect. The neighborhood was very rough and ...
Weather reports indicated that Memphis was in the path of an ice storm - threats of power outages due to 1/2+" of ice. We sought provisions (peanut *************ers, etc). Best be prepared should our hotel and surrounding restaurants be stricken with a power outage.
Stay tuned to what happened after we snuggled in at the Fairfield Inn.
... not be able to stick around for his birthday party at the bar. Shame to miss it because lots of big acts are coming in to play in his honor.
Our next stop was M.C. Handy's bar for another blues band. They were the kind of blues band that I always think of when I hear someone say, "they were a blues band". It was a group of guys with guitars, harmonicas, and drums and their songs started with "woke up this morning"..."dah dahhh dah ...
... etc, there were places that could provide three meals a day for those less fortunate. One of our hustlers, late one evening, said that was bogus...who to believe! But it is also a city of poverty. Once off the Main Street areas, the footpaths are broken and buildings are in serious decay. It's is a city where urban spread has been allowed and the soul of the place is so dispersed that 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 ...