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Here I am again.

This is so cool, first of all, I love Ganesha!!!!!!, and secondly I love elephants, they are such beautiful creatures. In Hohenwald, Tennessee (of all places) there is a place called the Elephant Sanctuary, It is a refuge, and rescue for old, injured or abused elephants, you can check it out if you want:

This place you got to stay at is amazing. It makes me want to go immediately. I would love to stay in that lodge, rustic and quaint . Not to mention see everything else. how much fun was that?

The Elephant Sanctuary is really amazing. I bought my holiday cards from them last year.

If I ever go to Tennessee, you can bet I'll visit with you AND the ellies.

...oh, and I might just have to go to Graceland too. It's such a kitschy American thing to do!

I have been here 11 1/2 years, and I still haven't been to Grace land. I know it's americana at its finest, or worst, It's funny, in Memphis, no one ever seems to ever talk or think of Elvis much,
yet there is a candle light vigil in his honor every year, that hundreds of people attend, maybe more. There is also this underground Elvis cult that still hums (elvis at all of his stages), but you don't see them very often. I see and hear more about Elvis when I am not in Memphis.

I will see you this evening at sunday soul. I cant wait.

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