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... a very confused GPS Lady. I was determined to avoid Nashville's rush hour congestion by heading directly west from Murfreesboro then angling northwest to intersect I-40. GPS lady was not happy with my plan, for reasons unknown to me. My reading of a TN road map -- terribly old school, I know -- led me to think my plan was perfectly reasonable, and maybe even shorter than hers. But no, she was insistent that we get off the road we were on, take ...
... the Freedom Rides, Black Power, the Children’s March, Jobs & Freedom and King’s Final Hours. Think I could spend a whole day making my way through this museum. It seemed almost surreal to walk past the rooms where King met with others regarding the Memphis Garbage Strike and his room and just steps away from the spot on the balcony where he was killed by an ...
... along Beale St. tomorrow, Wednesday.
Stayed Down By the Riverside, right on the banks of the muddy Mississippi and watched the barges travel north into the cold Kentucky Rain. River hit record-setting flood stage
in 2011, well above the tops of our rigs.
Next stop: Nashville where We’ve Got A Lot of Living To Do. But remember you’re Always ...
... her guitar. There were percussion instruments too for those who had big ideas, so we all sang and played along and for a while we had a bus load of Elvises (Elvii?).
There was a visit to the holy shrine for guitarists, the Gibson factory shop to consider a purchase.The salesmen there like to chat about all the hits they've played guitar on. Intimidated, we just bought a guitar pick.
... and exits in Arkansas!
Saturday we stayed around the campground most of the morning after going out for breakfast and
groceries. Played some pool with Dean in the rec room, then after Iris' nap we went to Overton Park. They had a great playground and a big dog park. Crockpot dinner (pot roast) and s’mores. Pretty good day.