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... car and drove to Sun Studios for the tour, the place was very busy and the tour guide very informative. The recording studio is still in use, floor, wall and ceiling tiles all original and used by people wanting an authentic 50's sound. Another busy day. Tomorrow - ...
... before he opened the door to his assignation. Totally moving experience and horrible to think this is how people/human beings were treat back then makes me appreciate the society I live in today. Just over the road the tour continued in which it was all about the killer and the hunt for him. As with the motel room they had preserved the bathroom were the firearm was triggered. A bit macabre but fascinating all the same. Really happy I went to the museum it opened my eyes ...
... Park to listen to a bunch of good ol' boys sitting in a circle swapping songs. No sooner had we sat down they asked where we was from and why we was in town. Next thing, I had a guitar in my hand and I was singing "Christmas Time In Washington." Deanne joined in and we worked our way thru Kasey Chamber's "I Still Pray" and "Once In A While." It was, to say the least, gratifying. Put us in a top mood for the Ozark Folk Centre's evening concert. It kicked off with the "Little House On ...
THE BARBEQUE QUEST
Talked with people we met about their favorite barbeque places to eat in Memphis; everyone had a different opinion. Eating here is all about barbeque. GOAL--try as many different restaurants as possible while we're here
Germantown Commissary--Tamale with chili cheese very good. Boss Hog diner (4 meats--sausage, chicken, ribs, pulled pork); all very good. ...
... station. Given that both our drivers licenses, my credit cards and our national park pass were all in my wallet, we decided to turn around and drove all the way back to the petrol station. It was a very silent drive and the closer we got the queasier our stomach's were. Fortunately for me, another patron had returned my wallet to the gas attendant with everything in tact besides $75 cash. Win!
Back on the road, our next destination was Memphis, Tennessee – the home ...