Talbot Heirs Guesthouse
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The severe storm alert was just a bit of rain and and a few puddles the next morning. Our motorhome was still upright. But up north there had been an out of season tornado which flattened a town. Note to selves, in case of impending tornado, ditch the motorhome and run for the nearest brick building.
Last day in Memphis, visit to Graceland: brilliant tour of the Elvis's family home, gave a sense of the man and how he lived his life. Bought an Elvis cookbook.
Then to ...
... it bouncing all over the place. The sax and trumpet players were huge characters on their own dancing away and messing with each other on the stage. It was definitely sad when we had to leave to meet up with everyone. We went back to where we'd parked the van only to find out that it'd been broken into and robbed. A dismal end to an amazing night. So we were stuck in the parking lot while we filed police reports and such. Such a shame to have such a downer put on such an amazing ...
... car and guess what - it was pouring down rain even harder than earlier! Imagine that... rain.... and I don't have my plastic Custer State Park rain poncho with me tonight. We walked down Beale Street. We are so used to this rain that we're not even running through this **** anymore. We were almost to our car when some crackhead with an umbrella started following us. Tyler says "Mom, we've picked up a follower"... so we ...
It was an early start this morning, made worse after the
late night. I got up at 6.30am, showered, dressed, started packing,
then went to breakfast at 7am, after breakfast it was back to room,
finished packing, got ready for the day, then it was bags to coach at
745am. For the first part of the trip i slept.
The first stop of the day was at Texakarna, where we had
time for a few pictures, before it was back on the coach and a ...
... Studios tour which I loved, I mean it was the birthplace of rock n roll after all. They say "If music was a religion then Memphis would be Jerusalem and Sun Studios would be its most holy shrine." Yep that sums it up for me. It was the first studio ever to record Elvis and many other artists including Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Howlin' Wolf, BB King and Johnny Cash recorded there as well. U2 even recorded some of their Rattle & Hum album there ...