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... Corinth and explored the Civil War Interpretive Center and remnants of the Corinth battlefield and siege works. The Interpretive Center was one of the best Civil War museums I've ever been to, and did a great job of presenting both the siege and battle of Corinth as well as the battle at Shiloh. I went to Shiloh on Sunday and spent the whole day exploring the battlefield there, which was fascinating and very enlightening to me. I also saw ...
time now for an analysis of the trusted steads,
Bit lacking in power but now they are "run in" and loosened up they eventually get there. it is more noticeable on the gravel roads when you need a bit of power to rear steer. something Mark's tenere has.
so a list of improvements!!
soft comfy hand grips
nice comfy sheep's kin seat cover
gadget holders for phones, roll chart ...
... us on a tour, showing us as much as he possibly could, and if we ever got distracted or turned away, he’d slap our shoulders, clap his hands or say, “Now, look here!” until we were staring at him again. Clearly, Paul was living in his own world—he seemed to believe that he had 550,000 square inches of carpet from Graceland, and was with Elvis when he died, and that his records value $55 million, and that Bill Clinton and the Bush daughters ...
With a little sleep in on Bri's Couch I got myself up at 9.00am and said goodbye to my friend and was on the road heading to Memphis, Tennesse home of Elvis Presley's Graceland. It was a pretty good drive which I didn't stop much of the way. It took 7 hours to do the 512 miles to Memphis arriving at 5.00pm then I had fun driving around with the GPS unit getting lost after and hour I found the Motel I was looking for cheap but in my price area. Check-in and dropped off my bags then went ...
We caught an 8 hour train from New Orleans to Memphis, we're getting used to the whole train thing. This one was a big old double decker job. We stayed at the end of Lonely Street, behind the Heartbreak Hotel. Seriously. It was the Gracelands Camping Ground and we stayed in a log cabin type affair. Very cheap, it was freezing cold though during the night and we didn't discover the heater until the morning. We wandered over to Graceland and ...