Holiday Inn Univ of Memphis
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Back onto state highway 82 east to Winona, then onto Kilmichael, then onto Tupelo (birthplace of Elvis) via Pontotoc. Stopped for lunch at Pontotoc at Boondocks Grill on S Main Street.
Margie-fried catfish poboy with sides of fried okra and black eyed peas.
Dawn-hush puppies (potato, cheese, bacon and chives, fried in balls with Packo crumbs)
Neil-red fish Arcadian with rice, ...
... Trails RV site is over an hour away, we headed there after that great meal. We were so far out that we actually crossed into Mississippi and then back into Tennessee. The Fourth of July forecast is for 70-100% chances of rain. So we are staying put at the campground for the 4th and then heading to Alabama and back to Florida. We will have to put Memphis back on our list to explore Beale Street etc. when we hit the Tennessee area ...
... again and we found this bar with an awesome group playing. They were real good blues and jazz. There was a game of basketball (being the NBA playoff time) and there were people everywhere. Thank goodness that Memphis won the game.
The police horses were absolutely beautiful. Very patient with the noisy crowd and you can pet them. My favourite photo is the one called "**** end of the Law in Memphis".
After an excellent rest day in Texarkana we were ready to mount up and hit the road again but not before a nutritious breakfast in bed:)
We moved ever Eastward and wound up in Memphis, Tennessee.
We got to Memphis about 1:30 p.m. and I dropped Sue off at the National Civil ...
All his trophies, plus clothes he wore in his come back tour in Vegas. I saw those concerts on TV and his rapport with the audience was brilliant to watch.
There were people of all ages there today which is amazing as it's 37 years since he died, and a lot of them wouldn't have been born!
I'll have to wait to put photos as Paul is transferring other stuff! ...