Some of the sights we saw (Tennessee)

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Confederate Park, Memphis on the Mississippi.

We’re still not sure why there are 20th century artillery pieces pointing at Arkansas. Perhaps a left over from Bill Clinton’s gubernatorial administration?

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Apparently this used to be a recording studio.

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One of the clichéd images of Memphis – the shaped sign. Beautiful.

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Goner Records.

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We weren’t sure if this was an Allen Ruppersberg work or a poster to Goner Fest?

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An equestrian statue of controversial General N.B. Forrest, possibly one the founders of the Ku Klux Klan.

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A little over a mile away from the statue of Forrest is the National Civil Rights Museum, and the sight of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination.

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The Juke Box at the Lamplighter.

As much as I would like to post a photo of the dry BBQ ribs I had at the BBQ Shop, my hunger got the better of me.

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