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... busy making airline reservations, getting shots and Tanzanian visas, and are starting to think about what to take. Ed bought a new camera last week and is going to practice in the next few weeks so he can take once in a lifetime pictures. ...
Absolutely awesome waking up in the grounds of Graceland, alarm woke me up for 7.30am quick breakie and wash and it was on with today's adventures so excited to venture to the famous places and streets of Memphis and to see where the king grew up, hung out and was discovered . 9.00am we all boarded the van and headed into Memphis. First stop was the famous Peabody Hotel famous for it's quirky residents a group of little ducks. We headed to the to roof of the hotel to check ...
... we'll come along towards Virginia. It's looking like we'll be home by Friday and of course that depends on mother nature. It's not written in stone and because we've had such wonderful weather,we've been able to see so very much, so all is well, and haven't missed anything except Bryce. So still keep the prayers coming for our safety and see you soon. Love and many thanks for all your support and prayers June & M ...
... and dancing and fun. We actually met a few riders parents and it was so great to have them with our group. We also celebrated a few birthdays and have been poolside and food side all afternoon. Time to digest, rest, and injest as much water as possible. Side note - forgot to drink water after bike ride until this morning. I didn't know my head was capable of pounding in the places that it did. Arkansas bound tomorrow - first time to cross that state ...
... a song that we often sing at our First Unitarian Church in Memphis, and one that always tugs at our hearts.
This is my song, O God of all the nations
A song of peace for lands afar and mine
This is my home, the country where my heart is;
Here are my hopes, my dreams, my holy shrine;
But other hearts ...