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This could be a long one, it's been a few days and I've been in Memphis and New Orleans.First stop Memphis, it does not lived up the the hype, it's pretty much a run down city that you could imagine would of been the music capital back in the 50's. We went to dinner anndd I was late so I had to get one of the girls to give me directions haha, the place was called kooky Canucks and they have deep friend pickle on the menu so we tried that, I'm not huge on fried **** but holy **** ...
We should probably rename this Travels with the National Weather Service because they are governing what direction we travel. It shoul all work out well as long as we are not driving in circles. We arrived here, just outside Memphis, on Wed and spent Thursday on a tour of the city. The tour was fun and allowed ...
... had Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash recording, sometimes together...
I also found out the Rock and Roll is a cross between blues and country and western.
Observation only - Odd thing..... There must have been over 100 people in and around the museum and they were all white!!!
On to Stax Museum, which is brilliant, very modern and has a high school and university attached to it now.
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... was expecting. However, on the other side of the road is another story. There are shops upon shops of Elvis souvenirs, everything you could possibly think of to put 'Elvis Presley’ on is here to buy from bobble heads to replicas of his costumes (about $2500.) and everything in between. TVs and speakers are everywhere playing Elvis movies, documentaries, songs, and interviews. It’s mind boggling how much money probably goes through here every ...
... dad and all our furry and feathered children! — with Dave Foullie.
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