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... stupid person) and cars going passed on the road. The river has such a strong current, the speed the water moves is fast! The strongest currents in a river in the world. We managed to get the energy and walk out in the blistering heat over to Beale street. It's a very wide street and has the old cobble paving on the road. The brick work is old red bricks and you can tell are work and the old fashion era to them haha. The old billboards that ...
MEMPHIS: It comes close to a miracle: Meema is packed, bathed, dressed, got her face on, ready to go, AND IT IS ONLY 11:30 AM !!! We are all meeting at the airport at 2:00 PM for our 4:08 to Atlanta; Forrest's first time in an airplane since he was 6 weeks old!! Amy called me in a total twitch of excitement saying she didn't sleep well, and finally gave up around 6 or 7 AM. She is also ready to go!!!! We have kept the phone lines alive for the last week ...
We left the "Hospitality House" hotel about 8am and headed for Alabama, looking for Sam's geocaches.
We didn't find them all, but we did find a few of them. What we did find a lot of was squashed armadillos. These creatures seem pretty dim, but they are cool enough when in one living piece.
When we got back to Memphis, the fun began. /Looking for the entrance to the airport, we ...
... of Memphis in the 60s and 70s had its roots in the quartet and gospel music that came before it. I also started to realize that most of the singers that became famous in Memphis at this time started their singing careers singing gospel and/or in church choirs (Elvis included).
After imbibing at a bar down the street from the hostel and a full day of exploring I proceeded to sleep most of the next day.
In the ...
... far for us I know but when you have fashion sandals on instead of joggers and with it being about 30 degrees, let me tell you it felt a lot further than that. We started the walk along the Mississippi on a concrete path which soon turned into a dirt track, After walking along the dirt track for about 3 kms (and me whinging my feet were hurting) it looked like we would have to turn around and walk all the way back again as ...