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... tasty. Had our poster session in the afternoon, which was productive. At 5pm, I went up to the roof to watch the ducks emerge from the lift, which was definitely the way to do it. I was feeling dizzy by the end of the ducks so went to rest. Stupid liquid in the inner ear. ...
... soon as they started to get darker I jumped up and stood under this little window blind on the front of the building. It would have offered maybe 1m2 of coverage. A few minutes after I made the move the rain started falling, and falling and before long it was what can only be described as torrential downpour. Flash flooding in the streets and all. The four of us were huddled under this blind, bags on the ledge so they ...
... killer of a civil rights crusader?
After the Civil Rights Museum I dropped my bags off at the hostel I was staying at. Fun fact, the only hostel operating in the greater Memphis area is run by a church to supplement their collections and dues from members; very progressive of them.
After that brief stop I went to the Stax Soul Museum and Recording Studio. Stax had a lot of great exhibits on how the soul music ...
... dicey conditions, we were safely south of Winter Storm Cleon (Since when were winter storms named? I must have missed that announcement.)
After 100 miles on monotonous I-55, we detoured to Jackson and Cape Girardeau (both still in Missouri) for no other reason than to see different scenery. On the riverfront flood wall in the Cape, there was a dramatic Mississippi River Tales Mural, ...
... bones Mansion only tour, all the way up to $70 for addmission to the Mansion, grounds and Elvis's planes etc. We opted to give it a miss as we felt it'd be made as tacky all hell, as many tourist attractions in the states have been, meaning we'd walk away feeling no better off having been there. So, although we can't describe what Graceland is like, we can describe the part of town it's within...filth! I'm sure back in the 50's and 60's that this area ...