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... warily by good ol boys showing off their ZZ Top beards. They don't see many foreigners around these parts.
And there are churches everywhere. Tiny rural communities each support several churches, offering various flavours of Christianity. Other faiths aren't catered for. Somewhere round here is the Natchez Trace, an important Native American migratory route, used by ...
... was constant and observed at one place so then nothing would change. Well sort of correct, but at least our 5 hour and 40 minute flight was affected by a two hour putting forward of our clocks. We would arrive at 10.00pm and drive a Mustang 42 miles to the Tunica Horseshoe!! Woohoo!! Now the accents on the plane began to change. we noticed more of the South poking through, even though we were flying East. No inflight entertainment, just Jock with his woman's Day and ...
... As we moved from gallery to gallery, we became enthralled by the story of African Americans civil rights through the decades, pulled in by tales of bus boycotts, non violent protests and acts of bravery from children as young as 5 or 6 to make a stand for equality. At times the museum was extremely moving, and though I have not faced the prejudices described in some of the exhibits, so of it seemed to ring true in some of the things the ...
... mile from the campground, and the phone app alerts when fresh donuts are being made. Needless to say, everyone enjoyed fresh donuts especially the little kids.
OUR BBQ REVIEW:
Memphis Barbeque Co for overall taste (glaze, meaty, tender).
Marlowe's for their wonderful smoky flavor.
Central and Blues City would be the second choices.
Rendezvous was the least ...
... ever tasted! Alex and Eli were not the only ones who appreciated the southern delicacies... Zozo was not sleeping through this meal! She pushed aside the well loved kale and corn Cheerios in favour of baby-bite-sized beef brisket! After dinner we took a stroll down Beale street while sipping bourbon and coke and listening to the live music pouring out of every second bar. Then another early night before hitting the road for Arrowhead State Park for our first camping ...