Fiddler's Inn North
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... expected) but they were all in old houses (not expected). Without the signs in the front you would think it was just another residential street.
Unfortunately we were not able to go in the The Bluebird Cafe but it was also not what I expected. It is further from downtown that I imagined and it is in a strip mall! I can only imagine what it would be like to be inside and hear the songwriters of chart-topping songs perform their own songs. Maybe one day.
... 19th century. The large brick smokehouse at the rear of the kitchen was built in 1831 and cured 20,000 pounds of pork a year. Nearby is a slave cabin known as Uncle Alfred's Cabin. Alfred Jackson’s mother was purchased as a slave by Andrew Jackson around 1812. Uncle Alfred stayed on as caretaker following the takeover by the Ladies' Hermitage Association in 1889. Alfred died in 1901, at age 98, and was buried near the tomb of General & Mrs. Jackson. ...
... we have internet so we can contact family and friends to let them know we are ok. Countryside is stunning! Rolling hills, mountains, or really really big hills. We keep saying, this must be nice in the summertime!
1:00 p.m. We stop for a little grocery shopping so that we have something to cook for supper tonight. It also gives us a chance to stretch our legs and a good break for the driver! Gas up the truck again and as I said before, keep on trucking.
... hockey arena though I'd say it's pro shop is much better than most. Because of the size of the arena there isn't a bad seat in the house. The fans are truly the best part. They were so into the game and there was so much interaction with the announcer! Final score: Predators 0 - 1 Flames (via ...
... you like 'Did you know that over 1 third of Americans don't have perfectly straight teeth' as a means of selling you corrective surgery you don't need. There was an infomercial about a product that was essentially green paint for grass and, I **** you not, on the local news in Nashville, a story about a new craze sweeping around the city which is a dating site where fellow dog owners meet up in the park and have a play date for dogs and hope to find ...