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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 ...
... of weeks to think about his answer but we truly hope he makes the right decision and can choose the holiday!
We had a great time and spent all afternoon absorbing the atmosphere, listening to the music and wandering around all the exhibits, and then it was back to Mac for the night. The rain started pouring almost the minute we were back ‘home’ and we had a few leaks to contend with again and set up some buckets ...
Although still feeling a little under the weather, when we got up this morning I
felt better than I had yesterday, and so we decided to get out of the hotel room
and do something. We'd planned to go to the National Civil Rights Museum and Sun
studios anyway, and so decided we would visit these places today in lieu of
anything else to do. We had already bought Graceland tickets before leaving the
UK, which are for Sunday, so our options were ...
... but only far enough away from the houses/holiday places to not cause a problem. We learned that alligators are not as aggressive as their crocodile cousins, and the only place that crocs and alligators co-exist in the States is in Florida. In that swamp alone there are estimated to be about 50,000 alligators, 2.5 million in the state of Louisiana, but people still swim in the swamp as they have not been known to attack ...
... he announces it is time for the ducks to be relieved of their duties in the fountain, and guides them down the red carpet. The ducks graciously stop on occasion for photo ops, then they hop onto the elevator and ascend to the penthouse where they sleep until their shift begins again in the morning.
Then it was time for ribs!! We walked across the street, down the short alley and were at our dinner spot! Despite the fact ...