Days Inn & Suites Murfreesboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Alan Jackson, and Vince Gill. It was country music heaven to the real hard core fans. Sorry to say, we aren't. The weather was miserable, rainy and cold and after an hour or so, we decided Nashville's charm was lost on us. I think I was still perturbed that I didn't get to see the show at the Grand Ole Opry. Other than going into the city for the brief country music excursion, our stay in Tennessee was not one of our ...
Put a toothbrush in my hand, let me be a travelin' man,
'Cause I'm a roadrunner baby
-- Jr. Walker and the All Stars, 1966
Day 2 and the road trip rolls on. We spent the morning on the highway, often in the rain, making our way towards Murfreesboro, a little southeast of Nashville. Patty has entertained herself by collecting state license plates (figuratively, not literally) as we go. Somehow she spotted 35 yesterday -- ...
... for all the necessities to sustain the life of seven people. Similar to last year there has been a bit of a lady bug blight in this neck of the woods. They seem to be strategically situated throughout the house that has taken just a little getting use to.
We've taken some nice walks down the local country roads and explored Keli & Joe's crick that runs through their eighty-five odd acres. ...
... park and Sammy enjoying the ability to run and play (within the curtails of her leash of course)...several others were there walking their dogs, jogging and pushing strollers..it was really lovely afternoon..
I love this park..I always learn something new about the state along the Bicentennial wall...if you haven't discovered this lovely Nashville JEWEL..you have to go down here..walk and enjoy...
... became known as the "slaughter pen" as the Chicagoan troops said the scene after the battle resembled what they had seen in the slaughterhouses they worked in. Most of the rocks were soaked in blood and about 1800 men lay dead in an area the size of a football field. This was quite an emotional place to be.
I had a few trail walks to do and these are worthwhile.
After the visit I headed for a surprise ...