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... memorabilia and images of the man in black over time. There were recordings of his songs on different mediums and also recordings from different periods of his life. It was a fantastic tribute and well worth exploring. We had a coffee at the museum cafe which is worth noting as it was amazing. I was told by so many people before we left that we would not be able to get good coffee in the USA but so far we've struggled to find anything but good coffee. As ...
... like my good self. Suits from all the big boys, music clips and audio information. It is unreservedly great if you like country. Also good to see blurbs about people like Connie Smith, who we saw last night at the Opry and little Jimmy Clitheroe. I love the way country music does honour and respect it's history. They bang on about the family of the Opry but it is sort of true. For extensive clips of suits worn by people you have possibly never heard of view ...
... bar right from the start. Well lit with Natural light and decor was in Football, with TV on the screens so it reminded us of a sports bar. There is a corner band area, not really large but right size...the tables are all high tops and one large booth. They are spread apart for ample room to move around.
The waitress brought us menus and got our drink order. She immediately told Tony the drink special is Funday Sunday $2 domestic ...
I arose early to the birds chirping and a cool crisp morning. I was fortunate the many beers I drank the night before didn't have a lingering effect. I had a quick breakfast then went to some rock bluffs overlooking the canyon to watch the sun come up over the east rim of the canyon. It was a little cloudy but ended up being a stunning sunrise! As I've said before and will definitely say again in these pages, my POS camera didn't come close to capturing the true ...
... morning, but after the last 3 days I don't think I'd get much sympathy. The smile stayed on my face in spite of the bus (and I rarely smile).
Finally, I'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who sent me anything for my birthday, or wished me a happy birthday. We definitely wouldn't have been able to celebrate so well without your help, and the thought that people are thinking of me from far away has made me very happy indeed. THANK YOU!
Next stop: New Orleans!