Sleep Inn & Suites Smyrna
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... skelter at best, and there were a half dozen feral cats running around the park. But the staff were all very helpful and pleasant, we were able to get Direct TV through the trees and we've been at worse campgrounds, (not much worse) so you've got to take what life hands out, make the best of it and move on, which we did, to Southaven, Mississippi, a short 7 miles into Memphis,Tennessee and Graceland.
Bye for now. Stay ...
... Olympic skater. Others that I'm pretty sure I recognized were Cowboy Troy, and Bret Michaels, lead singer for Poison. Though I cannot verify that, the face, hair, cowboy hat, all features matched every Internet image I've searched over the last few hours. Maybe it was, maybe it wasn't, but I'm not going to be the crazed fan asks for autographs in the VIP section at the end of the show. That's not my style.
And now onto my next venue, Atlanta Georgia.
... style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">I ordered the onion bagel with plain cream cheese to go.... she offered up sells for coffee and flavored cream cheeses but for the first experience I wanted to go with what I like.... I got it to go... and off to fight the traffic to work.
Had to leave my bike behind to fit everything. Jesse dropped Lori off this morning and we prayed and were on the road by 9:30. Two stops so far. One stop in Lake Park for gas and to weigh the car and one stop at the Cracker Barrel for lunch in Cordele, GA. 225 miles so far. Goal tonight is Nashville. Some heavy weather ahead but ...
... I had a bit of a dance. Much braver when the bar is empty! Justin was 'encouraged' to buy a tequila shot and have it with one of the dancers.
We finished in Printer's Alley, an alleyway near our hotel filled with bars. We stayed at the Bourbon Street Bar for a while where there were plenty of people - finally! Listened to a decent band with an old, overconfident singer. The guys sitting next to us knew him so introduced us.