Red Roof Inn West Memphis
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... do. Wow. Especially when you have had a long day on the road and are road weary anyway, roads such as that don't make for a fun few minutes to say the least.
At any rate, we headed to Tom Sawyer's RV Park in West Memphis. Of course, the drama was not yet over...the last two miles leading to the park (we think Chickie was coping a little attitude and brought us into the park by the...shall we say interesting...route). It was almost funny. We passed two major railroad ...
... on a personality all of his own!
News from home: Grandma Carol and Grandpa Jerry have made it to their new home!! They arrived tired but really pleased with the box of chocolates that we had left as their ‘Welcome to their New Home’ gift, but less than enamoured with the 3 bananas that had putrefied in the fruit bowl….I am pretty certain they were even past the stage of being suitable ingredients for banana bread!! ...
... br> don't stock t shirts smaller than a medium in the men's section ( I needed a
small) and the women's section only stocks pimped up blingy or saccharine sweet
versions of the t shirts (think big fat gypsy wedding-esque), which is not my
style in the slightest,and reduces the effectiveness of the great angry bear. Oh
Leaving the store in a haze of bewilderment -what do small skinny guys wear?! -
we headed towards the ...
... to Memphis, Tennessee, but what exactly did Mississippi have to offer? The road was good, the trees on either side of the interstate looked lovely, but what was it famous for? We found out today that it was famous for being the place where Elvis was born, in Tupelo. Sorry, anyone from Mississippi who may know of anything else that matters (smile).
I didn’t really know what to expect from Graceland. ...
... the hotel when they are in town for a game. While in the gift shop, I found a wonderful print by a local artist that perfectly represents our time in Memphis! The alley from Rendezvous to the Peabody hotel.
Beale Street at night is a lot of fun, even for non-party people like us. We walked through a museum of Memphis memorabilia, listened to music and just enjoyed the scene. It was a lovely evening spent in Memphis.