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Up to go to Memphis. On our way stopped off at Texarkana where we stood across the state line of Texas and Arkansas. We drove through Arkansas past where Bill Clinton was in office as governor and then to Little Rock High School where there was a little museum about the Little Rock 9 (gradual integration into high school). ...
... in the street and you can get an ice cold 32 ounce glass of Coors in a hard plastic glass for only $5.50 UNREAL! Love this place
We want to have BBQ so we go to award winning PIG on Beale! This place is certainly not known for its fancy decore but the ribs are really good as advertised.
Back to the campsite to reflect on a great day and a town that is about to leave an impression on us forever!
... blooded American should see. The crowded grave site offered up a pretty interesting contrast with the Cash grave.
His cars get their own building and they are pretty badass, offsetting the home furnishings.
The Stutz Blackhawk was my favorite...although Elvis also had a 75 Fleetwood which wasn't there.
My favorite facts:
Elvis was an avid reader and would travel with a large trunk full of books.
He loved to shoot ...
... before we all went out tonight to Beale Street.
Sean and I headed out in the courtesy coach from the hotel and the driver took us to Slave Haven - a fairly innocent looking home owned by the Burkle family who ran the slave railway underground, with the help of many others, getting the african slaves to safety or hiding them for long periods. The house is still in it's original state, complete with trap doors and ...
Today I met up with my friend Sin for a couple days on the road together. Quite a welcome change to have someone to talk to and share in the people watching and good eating that would form the theme for the next few days. We made a quick mid-afternoon stop on Beale and lucked out with my favorite music of the day, some folks that looked like they just walked off the street playing on a little stage in an open lot. The guitar player in particular impressed both of us as he ...