Bass Pro: The Pilgrimage

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11 Responses to Bass Pro: The Pilgrimage

  1. Tsquared says:

    They have landed in Memphis.

    If you get a chance go up to the observation platform. After that go over to Germantown for some ribs at the Commissary. You will have hit two of the top 7 things to do in Memphis.

    • Fairplayjeepguy says:

      I much prefer Central BBQ to any of the tourist destination BBQ joints. I mean, Rendezvous was just ok, but when John Wills was still open, they were MUCH better. Similarly, Beale was WAAAAYY different in my youth than it is today. In general, the whole town is just much more nasty and dangerous now than in the 80’s. I think I miss my memories of it more than I miss the actual town.

  2. Critter says:

    There’s a couple of seafood and beer places on Beale Street that are worth a stop.

  3. TwoDogs says:

    I wouldn’t get out of my car in Memphis without an AR and three thirty round mags.

  4. crazyeighter says:

    Memphis’ White Elephant.

  5. Nemo says:

    There’s one within easy driving distance from where I live. I go to watch the fish. There’s some REALLY BIG bass and trout in it.

  6. crazyeighter says:

    When I step foot out of my house, I carries me a gun for self-protection. When I go to Memphis, I carries me TWO guns.

  7. Backwoods Okie says:

    Just got back from Cabelas Wichita Ks. Real shitty experience. I didn’t go Cabelas to look at Bass Pro merchandise. Two completely different animals.

  8. WestcoastDeplorable says:

    Isn’t Memphis really Lil’ Orleans? It muggs the same!

  9. warhorse says:

    I did a cross-country drive with a friend years ago. we had no set schedule, so we could stop and stay in places for as long as we liked. we stopped at the cabella’s HQ in sidney,NE for what we thought was going to be a few hours. after a day and a half I think we finally saw it all. I took more pics in there than i did the rest of the trip.

  10. crazyeighter says:

    More like East Saint Louis.

    I’ve heard it described as “A big town full of small minds.”

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