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Travel Blogs from Horn Lake
We are in Horn Lake Mississippi! This is a new state for our family to visit and we are excited about it.
The trip to Memphis from Nashville was a fairly easy one. It is 211 miles and we made it in about 4 hours hauling the campers. I know a lot of people asked where we were going and staying so that was the main reason for doing this blog (and to keep my uncle filled in on our wear abouts). Since the ...
... P.M. before we found a Starbuck's in Arkansas.
Pretty uneventful day -- Listened to books and drove, Ray doing ALL the driving again.
Getting to Memphis was interesting -- going over the Mississippi River on a cool bridge. Scenery was sure more green and lush. Saw a lot of roadkill along the way too, including what looked like an armadillo.
... puzzles...list the mugshot which matches the crime...they also have a Suduko..It is about 16 pages big...Just imagine getting done for DUI and ending up in that !!
First stop for the day was Kosciusco...We saw a BP Servo with Kangaroo Crossing on the front of it, so we stopped for some lunch..It was terrible and they had no pies or sausage rolls.. Just about 4 miles north of this town is a tiny settlement called Buffalo..This is where Oprah Winfrey was born ...
... not having eaten anything today we were both unable to finish it! We headed upstairs and got showered and changed before heading to Beale St one last time.
We called back into Silky O'Sullivans and settled down for a couple of hours listening to the live band and drinking "Big Ass Beers" (about 1.5 pints to a cup)...we had three each. *HIC HIC*. Around 6.30pm we stumbled...I mean walked down to Riverside Drive to board the Queen ...
... br> 5) Kitchen, the heart of the home. Cooks were available for Elvis and his entourage 24 hours a day. Elvis and his friends tended to congregate here a good portion of the time.
6) You walk downstairs to the Television room, famous for having 3 television sets side-by-side (Elvis was inspired to do this because President LBJ had a similar setup, so he could watch 3 newscasts simultaneously).
7) Pool (billiard) room
8) Head back up ...