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... headed south towards New Orleans. By 2:30 PM we all loaded into Chris' truck and headed for Beale Street. I was really excited to see Beale Street, home of the blues, and I wasn't disappointed. The entire time we've been in Memphis, Marc Cohn's song "Walkin' in Memphis" has been running through my head, and I found myself humming it as I strolled down this street with Cindy, Chris and Steph. The street was just what I expected it ...
... see the opening of the giant pyramid. It has been sitting idle for years but now has been bought and turned into a shopping mall, zoo, hotel and observation deck. We saw the opening on tv. A bunch of Elvis impersonators (called the Elvi) sky dived in. I love Memphis! Let me take a minute to apologize for bad spelling and gramma. I'm using my phone, bit awkward plus I'm not proof reading - tho, having said that, luckily I saw my typo in the Peabody Ducks bit ...
Day Fifteen, April 26, 2015
Today was a very slow day. We were planning to attend church at the Full Gospel Tabernacle with Bishop Al Greene and their service didn't start until 11:30 so we had a very slow morning. Jerry had trouble sleeping last night because he was coughing so after being up for a while he went back to the bedroom and took a little nap. I spent the morning working on the computer. He came out and ...
... on sending me back to the Interstate 40 time and time again. Maybe it's trying to tell me something so I give in and cruise down the Interstate for the next three hours, to a soundtrack of Johnny Cash (at Folsom Prison) and Bob Dylan (Highway 61 Revisited).
Hotwire sends me to the Madison (Downtown) where they kindly upgrade me to a suite. Dinner is ribs and beer at Charles Vergo's Rendezvous - a Memphis institution.
... a huge shift in public thinking to bring it back to a common area. Beale street is a place where local musicians and tourists can enjoy the common good of music, but its also incredibly tacky. The overall population of Memphis is about 700,000 but it felt way less busy and connected as Wellington, for example.