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An interesting start to our stay in Memphis, pulled over by an extremely large African American Policeman as we drove down a one way street the wrong way. Lights and siren blaring. He was very understanding and did not book us. We then stumbled across The Historic First Baptist Beale Choir performing their Christmas Concert. They invited us into their church, we were the ...
... Which was preferable as Kimberlayne, an
ex Baptist divorcee, South Carolina born mandolin player decided to introduce
me to local music haunt till 2am.
The mountains are beautiful the air is lighter because of
the altitude and I haven’t seen skies so big.
After speaking to the visitors centre and repeating “no, I don’t have a
car” to them again and again they also established that no ...
... is just so much more poverty. You can't miss the houses which are empty, boarded up and covered in graffiti. Its a much edgier city but I still really liked it. My one complaint - the lack of fresh food - oh for some fruit that isn't deep fried or a raw vegetable (that isn't deep fried)!
The Lorraine Hotel where Dr Martin Luther King Jr was assasinated has now been turned into the National Civil Rights Museum. Its really worth a visit and fascinating. They have ...
Day Three !
After a surprisingly quiet and restful night in VERY BIG Bertha, we rushed ourselves over to Mammoth Cave National Park to see if we could get tickets for one of the morning tours. Mr.s Faustini, Cindy Munter and Ann Frankowski – you will not believe that I descended into another cave only weeks after our Howe's Caverns adventures with the Third Graders. And this one was 350 feet down and you had to climb down 300 ...
... was a sight to see. The auditorial gives a good feel of what the
moment was like. Once you leave the museum and the hotel surrounding, you feel completely
different than the way you did when you arrived. Memphis itself feels different.
Shawn was a good sport and went along for the ride to Graceland. Some of you might know I've
got a bit of a thing for Elvis, so ...