Vegas – day 1

Took Elvis & Cilla to the vet to board them while I was in Vegas. They didn’t want to leave me. It broke my heart, but I’m sure they forgot all about me before I was in the car. I hate flying. I took what I thought was a short cut from the vet to Fast Park, but I got lost. The plane [continue reading]

May 6, 2010 // 0 Comments

JukeJoint Festival Clarksdale, MS 4.17.10

I went to the Juke Joint Festival in Clarksdale, Mississippi today. I listened to great blues, watched documentaries and took a tour of Clarksdale. I arrived at the Crossroads just after 11am, so it was easy to get around downtown Clarksdale and I got a great parking space at the Delta Blues Museum [continue reading]

April 17, 2010 // 0 Comments

Jerry Lee Lewis’s Ranch 3.30.10

I drove a half hour to Nesbit, Mississippi to see where Jerry Lee Lewis lives. It was really cool. He has this big house on this nice ranch with piano gates. I couldn’t see the swimming pool from the road though. I drove by the house about 6 times trying to get pictures and video. A white [continue reading]

March 30, 2010 // 0 Comments

Clinton Presidential Library 3.27.10

Decided to go to Little Rock, Arkansas today to visit the Clinton Presidential Library, something I’ve wanted to do for years. Just a 2 hour drive west on route 40. Little Rock was nice, what I saw of it. The Clinton Presidential Library was right off the exit, so I didn’t do too much [continue reading]

March 27, 2010 // 0 Comments

Rockabilly Hall of Fame 3.23.10

I finally made it to the Rockabilly Hall of Fame! I have wanted to visit there since 2002. I made the hour trip east on route 40 to Jackson, TN. The Rockabilly Hall of Fame was small, just 3 rooms, but had a lot of memorabilia. And Bernice couldn’t have been nicer. I was the only patron [continue reading]

March 23, 2010 // 0 Comments

1075 miles through Mississippi 3.2-3.5.10

I left the house at 9am Tuesday March 2nd heading south to Mississippi. First stop was Jackson. It wasn’t what I expected. Just another city, but there were some notable sites. It was cool to see Medgar Evans house and statue as well as a few blues trail sites downtown. Next stop the next day [continue reading]

March 5, 2010 // 2 Comments