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... and signed off the Trail of Tears, forcibly displacing nearly 17,000 American Indians and causing the death of thousands.
We decided to skip Belle Meade Plantation as it was already about 2pm, and we were hoping to get to the Jack Daniel's distillery in Lynchburg 1.5 hours away. We went through a drive through pharmacy, just to try it out (they even have drive through ATMs!).
The drive to Lynchburg was through lovely countryside, ...
... or dishonesty.
And some of the great expressions that I've heard since coming to Tennessee are:
1. He's shakin like a hound dog shittin peach pits.
2. I'm going to jerk a knot in your tail.
3. It's cold enough outside to freeze the balls off a pool table.
4. Nervous as a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs.
5. With those buck teeth she could eat a cob ...
... and Lilli they are so very far from the norm here. They have parents that care, parents that take an interest in their future and it shows. They are very well spoken, behaved and always taking part in every discussion we have - they're such great kids.
Joe & Keli had some friends, Eric and Laura, over the other day for lunch and we ended up having the Bradyville Texas Holdem Championship at the dining ...
... given that I haven't held a controller in my hand for at least twenty-five years. Both Joe and Joram have this down to the point where it's virtually a third appendage.
Later in the afternoon, we took a walk up on the ridge. I didn't realize just how big 86.5 acres are when you start to walk the property line. We took out the metal detector with us and ended up finding some pretty neat fragments of old pottery, ceramics ...
... spot for the kids to play - loaded with tons of rocks in the riverbed and covered in fossils of many years gone by. They have 86.5 acres, mainly wooded that is southeast of Murfreesboro. It's really kinda nice to have such acreage but then comes the maintenance factor. It takes Joe about 6 - 8 hours to mow the flats on a large tractor at least once a week.
I've attached some photographs of the kids as they played.