The Brentwood B&B
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... site of savage fighting for 5 hours - 2,000 dead, 6,500 wounded. Our tour guide told two stories - one of the Carter family and neighbors who hid in the basement and also the fighting from the perspective of the soldiers and generals. Franklin itself is a a beautiful town with many homes on the historic register. Saturday morning we relaxed on the Wussow's beautiful deck and I had a chance to ...
... day was pretty dusty though after a 2am bedtime. However we made our way I to the Country Hall of Fame and the Parthenon. The Country Hall of Fame was in a building built like a treble clef and held two floors of the history and development of country music throughout America. It was a very interactive museum with lots of videos and touch screens culminating in the Hall of Fame. I was however most disappointed to discover that Keith Urban has not ...
... After the show we drove back to the bus and spent the night.
Fri Oct 4--7:30AM a technician took our bus into the shop to charge up the air conditioner.
It was great to see friends we have made over the years at POG rallies. Many live east of the Mississippi River, and we only see them this one time a year.
Heading West Friday the 4th. And the adventure continues,
... took place. We got more history on this place than we thought we would but it was all very interesting. http://www.civilwar.org/battlefields/fr anklin.html
Kept heading south to Alabama, staying the night in Pelham, just south of Birmingham...we happen to be in a dry on Sunday county. No alcohol sales today. Heading to Pensacola Beach tomorrow...can't wait, the weather is suppose to be perfect!
We started the day by visiting a breakfast place recommended by the staff at the hotel, called the Pancake Pantry. It's been open over 50 years and we were warned that there is often a long wait, but it would be worth it. They were right on both counts. We did waid on line outside the place for about 45 minutes, but the line moved quickly, it was a lovely morning and we enjoyed talking with the locals waiting in ...