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... story twice in 5 minutes. She loved animals and was married to a guy who made bows and arrows and then loved to use them to kill animals. "What can you do?" she wondered. I suppose when you are born and raised in Mountain View and have never left it by her age (around 50) not a lot. She protected skunks, ran the shop and kept friends who had hearts bigger than Texas. After having the best strawberry malted milkshake at a genuine Soda Fountain shop named "Woods" we stopped in at ...
... contestants; each explained and demonstrated how they prepared their meat. Learned quite a bit about smoking meat and the best part--sampling their food. Signed up and did the tour again on Thursday with three of our family members that arrived last night. Definitely spoiled after eating this barbeque; no restaurant could compare to this competition food!
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... 200 miles South West of Nashville.
On my way out of town, I stop off for a hearty lunch (again, nothing to do with last night's bourbon, just a healthy appetite) before I hit the road again. What better place than the Loveless Café, proudly serving fried chicken with biscuits and country ham to passersby on Highway 100 since 1951.
I try to take the scenic route for the relatively short journey to Memphis but Google ...
... Jeff Buckley. He decided one pleasant evening in Memphis after having recently moved there to start recording a new album, that a dip in the river might be a nice thing to do. Unfortunately for him, his family and his legion of fans, that would be last anyone saw of him for about 6 days, when a local spotted him on the banks of the Mississippi some distance from where he waded into the water, fully clothed and singing "Whole Lotta Love" by ...
... to better uses such as housing, job training, free college and others services for the poor. As of today, she has been protesting for 25 years and 89 days in icy winters and stinking hot summers. What a dick ! The National Civil Rights Museum was really interesting and chronicles the civil rights movement from 1619 to 2000 with historical exhibits. There is a great timeline of events leading up to Martin Luther King's ...