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... another hurdle. We managed to call Glen, our neighbor who takes care of our house to give him the information on the repairman.
Sunday we went shopping for a computer power supply. Now good, that's fixed! Do a little bit of laundry, watch football while the rain keeps washing our trailer.
Monday we go see Graceland. Even though we were not big fans ...
... of Australia must be. Ken is disappointed to learn that directions down under aren't given like "turn left at the mud hole and head on up to the third tree". He asks if it isn't all "Crocodile Dundee" kinda territory. Seems to find it hard to believe that Sydney is bigger than Memphis (actually a lot bigger- their population is 655,000, Sydney is over 4 and a half million). We have met a lot of Americans (and the Danish couple the other night as well) who are disappointed to ...
... out there. Maybe there's a story there, but I have no idea what it is.
In Oklahoma, you drive through one Native American nation after another. I never realized there were so many. It wasn't just Cherokee either, there were a lot of different ones.
Other things we saw today... A lady drinking a beer in her convertible - or it was apple juice with a little foam on top, She was driving pretty good too. There ...
... There was a weather warning current from the night before for a winter chill sweeping through the south and central areas of the USA into the east, so we had -12 degrees Celsius. Did not expect weather like this in Tennessee!
The museum was set out really well, starting with a good history of the region – the sharecroppers, tenant farmers etc where much of the region’s country, rock and soul music started on family porches and in the cotton fields. We spent ...
... to check it out and had a view of Memphis :). As we walked out of the hotel we saw a horse and carriage so decided to go on a tour it went for about 40 mins she gave us tips and told us a lot of history about the city. We got dropped off back at the Peabody and walked back to our hotel where we met some of the other to go to the gospel church. The walk to the church was really sketchy we walked through suburbs which looked really dodgy and police told us if we went the ...