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Got up at 0830 am, showered, dressed & down for breakfast. Headed off to Lynchburg & the Jack Daniel Distillery tour. Free tour was Great! & tour guide Jason was very good (retired firefighter) We walked into town after & had lunch at the a Iron Kettle restaurant. We went to the general store & bought some souvenirs. In another shop I found some sanuk sandals on sale so bought that & some Whiskey fudge. ...
... that where the door to the Cottage was it had a Two foot drop off. This was a new problem for us. Check out the picture on how we had to solve it. We visited the Old Stone Fort ~ an Indian settlement. We said a prayer while crossing the one way bridge both on the way in and the way out.
... it up as a tourist site. On the premises, they have added a distiller, restaurant, lodge, and a gift store.
Galen and I took a day trip to downtown Nashville to visit places like Tootsie's, Ryman Auditorium, Musicians Hall of Fame, ate some great BBQ and walked our shoes off!!! We then went to the Opryland Hotel and took off to the mall for some very good Mexican Food before heading to the Grand Ole Opry to see country stars like Carrie Underwood and Trace Atkins.
What an awesome day and what a beautiful little county.. The Jack Daniels Factory Tour was absolutely awesome.. We were treated like VIPS all day.. A private tour and tastings of the Jack Family whiskeys.. Fantastic.. I've been converted.!! My favourite.. Jack Daniels with Honey, unbelievable.. Suddenly the tasting glass was empty.. Lol..
Then it's off to Miss Mary Bobo's for lunch.. Still part of the VIP ...
... came on softest setting so increased Mark's to 5 and mine to 4.
Increased rebound from 50% to 95%.
this really helped especially with the luggage and weight we are carrying. Mark suggested a smaller front sprocket but maybe a couple of teeth less on back would be better. maybe something to look into when the trail gets tougher.