We arrived in downtown Memphis, Tennessee, early Wednesday evening and spent some time walking around and seeing the sights. There was some sort of big festival happening on Beale Street with a lot of people and motorcycles. And of course, I had the obligatory ‘Walking in Memphis’ stuck in my head the whole time:
Melissa had an appointment at a local gallery/museum mid-day on Thursday, so we had a long drive Thursday afternoon all the way to Norman, Oklahoma, just south of Oklahoma City. Here are some of my photos from Memphis.
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