Days Inn - Lebanon
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... I believe he was in his early 30's and loving life in the south, same pay scale as CA. I also met a UA member (pipe fitter), in the store, who was from Bakersfield, he had nothing good to say about Tennessee.
Our home, for the next 4 nights, is Cedars of Lebanon State Park, about 31 miles east of Nashville. Here we have water and electric hook ups but no sewer or WI FI.
Thursday in Nashville was a Trolley Tour and a visit to the ...
It was an early start to the morning, we had a meeting with a local in Lynchburg, about 90 minute drive from Nashville. Jack Daniel is a popular local, he's a big deal around town. He owns his own company that makes one of the finest drops in town. We had been invited to a private tour of his facility. Unfortunately, Jack was not working today, he was away with family for July 4 celebrations. Big John was our tour leader for the day. A quick behind the ...
... Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee (although we were interrupted on our journey when we resumed the course near Memphis, as there was road work taking place). But...we were able to stop at the site where Meriwether Lewis (of Lewis and Clark fame) died on his way to Washington DC for some official governmental and expedition-related business. The site is Grinder's Inn on the Natchez Trace. At the time, ...
... India. But first, we had to hit a trail – since we were staying at a state park. We took all the dogs to get their exercise. Of course I had to pick a nice long trail – over 6 miles. Oh, and yes, there were lots of cedar trees in the park. But the cool thing about the trail was all the sinkholes and small caves. One went back about 100 feet until it got too dark – we did not have any flashlights with us. After this hot and humid ...
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Hmmm...I don't know. What I do know is that it is a very small, sleepy town, so it makes sense that they would need a schtick to get people to visit. It worked! :)
Got to Nashville around 5. Had a great meal at a vegetarian place in East Nashville. Our waitress goes to college in Asheville. Walked around on Music Row after dinner.
Tomorrow, on to Bryant, AR