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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Hidden Springs Farm is a beautiful little farm just outside Springfield, Tennessee, The farm has cows, goats, chickens, a horse (Rebel), a few dogs, some barn cat & kittens, a couple of ducks and for another week....about a dozen turkeys. The goats are amazing and my sister has a real way with them. They seem to follow her verbal commands,......or maybe ...
... was its maiden voyage for us. We picked up some chicken, pork chops, and zucchini from, you guessed it, Walmart.
The evening meal was absolutely superb and we have enough left over for another meal tomorrow night. As we near sunset the temperature is dropping. Looking up to the thermometer the mercury is right at 70. Perfect.
After supper we took a walk around the campground and Dolly spotted a porch swing on a dock on ...
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 ...
We said goodbye to the owner of the Best Best Western, Ben, mounted our bikes and left for Parsons, Tennessee. This hotel is one of the better hotels we've stayed in, maybe because the owner makes himself available by being on the premises which allows him to actually manage his business... Just a thought. Today was another good ride, more how we envisioned it way back in the planning stages. Our route was on a two-lane state highway and again we were blessed with an ...
... haste! We skedaddled out of there, hopped on our bikes, and quickly rode up to and over the Tennessee River. We were soon seven miles from our destination and came upon a roadside sign that enamored us with just it's name, Birdsong Resort only 6 miles, down Birdsong Road. Realizing the potential for a winding, hillacious (that's right, new word: hillacious!) road, we spotted some county employees working on Birdsong Rd just behind us, so we asked them ...