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... look at my waiver, proved not to be a problem and off we were to Jane and Mikes, where Angie and I were staying, and then to John’s for happy hour where P&C were staying. Quite a frustrating afternoon and a total waste of time, as we found out later we could have just walked over the bridge in Progresso and done all of what we needed in ½ an hour, with a tequila in hand. Aha but the experience. We drove 394 km on this day.
... the new truck bypass route off of interstate 40 and 55. Very easy that way. The camper next to us came in off 270 and said the neighborhood was not the best and he was glad that he did not break down. We were there for just an overnight but enjoyed our stay and would return if we are in the area again. It was in the mid 90’s when we came in and did not need air conditioning because of the shade in our site and the breeze off the Mississippi ...
... that Elvis used. So many memories in this building.
It would be so good if I could put more than 5 photos at a time on each Blog entry.
After Sun Studio, guess where we went, yep back to Beale Street.
Lunch and then another afternoon of listening to blues music, so relaxing.
After returning to the RV, imagine how surprised we where (not) to find more Aussies pulled up across the lane from us at the ...
... to our hotel through town, and another maze of
industrial estates. We also walked past (technically through) a wonder bread
factory, which made the surrounding air smell sweet and yeasty and lovely
(although American bread is weird and everything tastes sweet enough to be a
Greggs iced bun, even their artisan loaves...Laura and I have had many a
discussion about whether American visitors to the UK would find our bread
bitter or not).
... jazz clubs. Needless to say I'm putting my stomach through some serious paces. On the first night, Evan, his brother Connor and I ate at a diner called "Dyer's" on Beale street, right in the heart of Memphis. Dyer's has been open since 1912 and is famous for their burgers. The story behind the diner is also well known. It is said that the grease used to cook the burgers and fries is the original grease used in 1912, and it has ...