Days Inn IH 40 & Sycamore View
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Moved onto Memphis today, about a 4 hour drive, all freeway. So we made time for a detour into the backwoods of Tennesee to a historic rural community of Leipers Fork, which dates back to the civil war, and 4000 years before that according to indigenous artefacts found. Some of the homes are from the 1800s, and that's old, here. Ate sweet potato fries and pecan pie at Pucketts country ...
... he was filling up with petrol. He was caught between paying for the fuel and putting the meter on. The Doubletree. Yes, Oh where are you from? Venice Beach... ha ha. Beers, blogging, watching an overweight person use the internet, and talking about the next phase of the trip. What was the time difference between LA and Memphis? How did that affect the time difference between here and Australia or New Zealand. Jock was very funny. I'm sure he went to school to eat his ...
... moving. The admission fee was $15, a much more affordable few hours! The tour started back in time to the beginning of slavery in the New World back in the 1700's. This area in itself was really interesting and had our attention for a good 30 minutes, until we realised that there was a movie that we were being called for to 'set the tone' for the museum. The movie was very informative and did indeed set up what was to come in the rest of ...
... room to give zozo a well deserved bath and then off for an early dinner at the Rendezvous BBQ joint down a back alley not far from our place. With about 40 people waiting outside for a table we were sure we were in for a treat. This place is a family run institution that has been going for like four generations and some of the waiters (including ours) have been there since the early 60s! We enjoyed some yummy ribs, beef brisket and some of the best pulled pork ...
... was singing hunka hunka burning love and I’m thinking it should have been hunka
hunka burning lard!!!!
So am back in the hotel now, I have to have a swim in the
guitar, so will sign off now.
Tomorrow is New Orleans which I am really looking forward
to, around a 6 hour drive.
My last comment would have to be – if I ever hear another
Elvis song it will be way too soon!!!!!!
Rocka hula folks