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... fair was taking place. Al Gore, who lives in Nashville, was Vice President for two terms but now describes himself as a recovering politician! He was talking for over an hour on his new book about what he thinks are the six drivers for the future including technology, climate and what he calls the Global Inc. (corporations and their power on political systems and the environment) to name some of them. He was so passionate and animated when he spoke and the ...
... Ryman was the original home of the Grand Old Opry and has been very nicely restored. Almost forgot, we went by the Nashville shop of the American Pickers, which was a disappointment, just a storefront tourist trap. We had wanted to take in some bluegrass at the Ryman but it was starting way to late. However, there was a free concert on the river "Nashville Dancing". Not knowing our way around very well, we didn't stay to late, but took in three local ...
... endless knowledge, and headed off to collect a car.
After less than three hours in Nashville, I was hooked. It is hard to describe but there is just something about the city.
Our plan for the rest of the day was to drive to Chattanooga, as we had tickets to see Aaron Lewis. For those of you who remember the band Staind, he was the frontman, and for those of you who have never heard of him…well, he is a country musician now.
Before we got ...
... on a sunny day, but there was still a certain
charm to seeing it in the rain. For one thing, there was almost no one on the
road which is more enjoyable.
At long last, we have arrived in Nashville. It is insane
how much it is raining. We are glad to be done with driving for the day.
Unfortunately, it looks like we are following the rain up north so we don't
have much hope for the next few days. Nashville is someplace ...
... had been appointed by President Jefferson to serve as Governor of Upper Louisiana Territory three years after the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Pacific Northwest. I had to be reminded that their four-year expedition took place some fifty years before the Civil War. There is a monument to Lewis erected at his burial site which states that he died "tragically and mysteriously" (he was only 35 years old). Naturally, ...
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