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... cool air! As quickly as we could, we headed back to camp and were hooked up with electric and in bed ASAP!
This morning we left camp at 8:50, making for the Tennessee border! The sky was very hazy most of the day...smog? Humidity? Who knows? We also had some strong winds most of the day making it more challenging to drive to say the least. At 10:25 we made the necessary due east turn onto I-40...the direct road to home! Shortly after that we stopped for fuel paying ...
We spent Shavuot in the part of Memphis known as Germantown at (brace yourself) Tzvi's friend's best friend's parents' house, who were incredibly generous to open their home to us. We were given an amazing insight into a thriving, southern, tight-knit Jewish community and were fed the best food we had on the trip to that point (a real step up from pasta, canned beans, and tofurkey).
I went into downtown Memphis both days we were there, visiting the ...
... t close, the bed had massive lumps in it, there was no tv remote and when I went to reception to get one it didn't work. It was a strong contender for worst view (see pic). We asked to move to be told the hotel was full. Hmmmm, empty car park and breakfast room suggest otherwise. We managed to sort our flights whilst we were in Memphis. We're flying to Fiji on 4 November but don't arrive until 6 November as we cross the international date line. We're flying home to the UK on 23 March at the ...
... the UK alternatives.
So what happened between Beale Street and Nashville? Well yesterday we visited the home of The King; Elvis Presley himself.
Graceland itself isn't huge and to be honest the grounds are pretty humble. Elvis loved his horses so it was nice to see they still keep some on the property (It was only during the tour that we discovered 3 of them were rescues by Lisa Marie and the 4th is a direct decendant of one ...
... headquarters building. Not one.
Sorry Jerry. I don’t know what to say.
We drove back to the RV, hooked up the car, and started driving southwest. We’re trying to stay ahead of the snow.
So we pulled in to Texarkana on Halloween. This one was particularly good, because we bought a bag of candy, turned on “Hocus Pocus”, and pigged out. Didn’t have to share with ...