Country Hearth Inn Forrest City
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Drove to Memphis to see Elvis's house. Driving to it, I recognized it immediately. The tour was great. The house is much smaller than you would expect. The property and grounds are beautiful.
We then went over to Beale St. And ate lunch at B.B. Kings. May go back tomorrow night for the live music.
We then drove around downtown. In 30 minutes we drove in Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas.
When we got back we checked out another casino, Sam's Town. Just like ...
Left Montgomery and it was 40 degrees with a windchill of 35. We drove west, on the highway that was the route of the civil rights march in 1965. We reached the bridge in Selma where Bloody Sunday took place. It was very moving because we had seen the movie Selma a couple of weeks ago. We then found the church where the march started and the courthouse where you would register to vote. All were in the film.
We then went checked out Love Oaks Cemetary. Some headstones there ...
Steve - we left Memphis in a cyclone, everything pretty much soaked even with the covers on. The weather soon cleared as we traveled south. Mark sussed out the intersection of gps Kevin's plotted TAT route and form then i could use the wikiloc navigation.
we then soon came across an old shed with a few O' timers hanging out.
These guys had a book for all the ...
... join us -Very scary -Wait out the storm for about an hour -Riding on a road with all the potholes in pouring rain -Lorraine takes a tumble (she's alright, the van picked her up) -A car approaches, I think they're going to ask us if we need help and I tell him thanks, we're good. It turns out he was just finishing in the pond by the side of the road. -Arriving at host at 5:30pm -Having 3 different ...
Coming off a great wknd in Memphis, today was one for the memory books. We started off the morning quite slow, and I managed to lead us into 3 dead ends, but finally got back on track. We crossed the Arkansas state border while crossing the Mississippi as an entire group. The van lead us in on the highway followed by 31 of us on bikes pedaling approximately 20mph and several semis giving us the honk salute as we pedaled. Some people were nervous or think practically about what bad ...