Days Inn Hurricane Mills
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... Elvis gold Cadillac and piano were also on display. Supposedly real gold. Must have been nice!
After the museum, we meandered through downtown Nashville. I don't know what I was expecting, but it wasn't the major party happening on the main drag, at 3:30 in the afternoon. I mean, people and live music were literally spilling out of the bars. For some reason, I had a drunken Mexico vacation flashback. We asked the security ...
... it too commercialized. It can't compare with the antiques stores on the east coast. We then went to the Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville. It was fun, informative and interesting. What an intriguing person he was. If you are in the Nashville area, put in your agenda. I have attached some photos. Tomorrow we will head to Memphis, stopping at Sun Studio....birth place of rock n' roll. Counting the days to see my family! Love, ...
Getting up at 6:30 wasn't difficult after spending the night with Joe and Vicki Harris in Woodbury. They had coffee on and Joe made a batch of pancakes and sausage which hit the spot. Because we didn't camp, loading the vehicle was a snap. After handshakes, hugs and a couple quick photos we hit the road again, heading west. This is day 3 in Tennessee and the weather is just too good to travel very far. We easily drove through ...
... Listened to music it was fun to be in a famous place. Went in to Bass Boat place to show Santiago how big it was. We all did some shopping. We bought separate things and were in separate lines, there total was $94.94 and our total was $94.94. Couldn't believe it! Went and bought two lottery tickets. We went to Costco and bought more wine and a bunch of Christmas ...
... 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.