Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park
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... much the middle of nowhere. Not all that far away, in the city of Emporia, at the intersection of Highway 58 and I-85, gas was $2.99! ......hum? City taxes or interstate convenience?
This trip was definitely at the height of the fall colors. You can't help but love seeing all the yellows and reds with a mix of the evergreens. Add to that the ...
... man-made lake. It didn't take her long to stretch out and totally relax.
Just after climbing in bed, another RVer pulled in to the empty spot beside us. Our killer Chihuahua is very protective of us and wherever we are and let them know she was on duty. It took a little while to get to sleep, but that's all part of the great outdoors and camping experience. Up at 6 am, 42 degrees and bacon and eggs are on the menu.
Happy Easter! ...
I had a nice run along the Cumberland river. We drove to Nashville and three of us went to Country Music Hall Of Fame Museum. It was pretty interesting. Walked all around town and to the Wild Horse salon and it was closed. Very disappointed. Walked down Broadway and found Tootsies Saloon where a lot of country stars got their start including Willie Nelson. We had lunch and ...
Left Nesbit at 1330 today headed for Parker's Crossroads RV park and a meeting with the owners (Steve and Mike) about preparations for the RAMS Rally this year. Meeting went well, if long due to the number of issues that we had not covered to this point. The having to stop and run the business did not make it any quicker either. After about 2 1/2 hours we think we have it all worked out, but I am ...
... a nail in the truck stop parking lot. Jim called someone to come to change the tire (we have a road service). He said we can't fix it. So we drove on another 75 miles to the campground. Jim found someone to sell us a new tire and we’ll be on our way again.