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... 8217;t know, several armadillos (R.I.P.).
For fans of Larry McMurtry (Lonesone Dove, Comanche Moon,
etc.) we traversed territory around the Pecos River, Rio Grande and Canadian
Rivers and I could picture The Texas Rangers chasing marauding Comanches across
the plains. Palo Duro will wait for another time.
Saturday the 23rd we were able to ...
... 3.17/gal and drove past Little Rock at 3:20. We are moving right along but didn't make Tennessee tonight. Of course, we couldn't get to our destination for the night without a little drama...first of all, the roads in the West Memphis, Arkansas area are atrocious. We had some smoother roads after we left Oklahoma and were just about home free 25 miles from our evening camp when all heck broke out. We think they must have worked at it to have so many chug holes, patches, and dips ...
... each room. The house is not as big as you might imagine and the upstairs bedrooms (Elvis and Lisa Marie's private rooms) are not part of the tour which probably contributes to it not seeming as big. The grounds are thirteen acres but again seems so much smaller than that but it is probably because there are normal house blocks surrounding Graceland and also Graceland is on Elvis Presley Blvd which is actually part of a highway and very busy. You take ...
Today we visited the Sun Studio museum in Memphis. Beautiful old building with still does recordings at night. Many famous musos recorded here, including Elvis of course. Will have to ask Ed the names of the others and get back to you on that. Should have written it down at the time. One of the pics shows 4 fairly well knowns. You will probably recognise them. We got to touch a guitar owned by Johnny Cash, and ...
... both the floor and the ceiling! Amaze. We only got to see the bottom level of the house as the upstairs in private (he died upstairs).
The mansion tour then led outside, past Elvis' office in the garage, and past his pony paddocks. We continued on into a museum of Elvis' outfits, records, awards and other memorabilia, which was pretty cool, and then finally back outside to his gravesite. This was pretty intense - there was a huge crowd of people ...