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Saturday night we headed downtown to Broadway Street for some music. Our first stop was Robert’s to meet Rory and catch The Don Kelley Band. The band was good but the guitar player was great. He was only 18 so during set breaks he had to wait outside but when he was on stage he absolutely killed it. After Robert’s we ventured up and down Broadway stopping in a few different bars stopping to check out the seemingly ...
... in rural Australia. Anyway I guess you all know now!
Beyers: So on the road again, this time south. Where will we end up tonight?
Late night we head out of Nashville. Our trusty coupon booklet by our side, we managed to find a very very cheap place! No prizes for guessing why it was cheap, but Lisa in her sleeping bag, we managed to get a good night’s rest, happy in the knowledge that Marilyn’s rear assembly is all fixed ...
... 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 ...
... and ate pecan pancakes and eggs & bacon. Very yummy. I fixed ham sandwiches yesterday in the rv. Carol packed us a packet of ham and some fruit. It was outstanding. We drank a bottle of wine that I brought along and both had a shot of brandy to top it off. We are behaving ourselves!!!
Rita & Jens
PS: We had some trouble with the electric system yesterday but it is fixed now. Had to run the generator for a while.
... 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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