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To our great surprise and delight, we had bright blue skies and a shining sun. Yee-haw!
While we didn't set out to have a theme to this trip, based on the cities we visited (St. Louis, Memphis, New Orleans and now Nashville), a natural theme could have been music. No better place to start than the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum where we spent ...
... had a few, went on for a little to long. I thought Paul was going to keel over. A bit of an odd end to the night, there best of friends though.
Day 54 - 14th November 2013
Me, Paul and Chris headed to Thomas Jefferson's house today in a place called Charlottesville, his estate was named Monticello. He is massive in American history, he wrote and co signed the declaration of independence along with his mate John Adams, it was signed on the 4th July, the weird ...
... on the van - I guess we didn't do a good enough job.
Dinner is scheduled for 5:30, so we get directions to find the house, which is behind the bus lot and across a stream. We get very explicit instructions, including, "Ignore the seven "No Trespassing" and "Turn Back or You Will Be Shot" signs, and not to worry about dogs. Hmm. As we're driving up the lane counting the signs, we hope his ...
... that's a musical term right?) it was fantastic to see the breadth and variety of what is considered 'country.' Really hope this tradition survives and grows.....it expertly blends new and old, tradtional and contemporary, note perfect with ad lib and the audience screamed for more after every single performance. I was absolutley capitavted from start to finish and loved everything about this odd, ecentric but thoroughly ...
... br> Cindy and I FaceTimed with Maddy back in Arkansas. She was a bit overwhelmed with two aunts trying to talk to her at one time!
After resting up at the Murphy Mansion for a bit, we got our second wind and headed out to Cheekwood Botanical Gardens for an after dark light art display. My pictures don't really do this justice. It was a perfect night (weather-wise), and the combination of plants/light displays were well worth our time.
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