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... with all the facts and figures, we have had in the last four weeks, anyway we both enjoyed it. We walked into the small quaint town, on visiting the jail house Maggie nearly ended up in jail after all. Well we have booked our accommodation for Nashville ( airbnb ) but nothing for tonight! Couple of dozen u turns, on and off the interstate, always being on the wrong side of the road, we made it to another Quality inn, but this time it a Hotel not a ...
... member and have your own private lot? Why yes they do. I'm talking permanent residents that set up shop, indoor meets outdoor living if you know what I mean. It took a bit of time but we finally got settled in. With electric hooked up, slides out, candles lit, pillows fluffed, cocktail in one hand, dog leash in the other we headed out for a walk. We weren't five minutes into our walk when Mike said to me, "I like this RV site better."! So guess what? We moved out. ...
... Just like in the movies.
Off to a great steakhouse for dinner, a brief walk away, we notice nothing has changed. The city is still alive with lights, music and people of all ages. Spring break is coming to a close down here and Easter weekend has brought even more activity into the city. Nashville can handle it!
Tomorrow evening we head to the Grand Ole Opry for a show. We are all looking forward to it. Happy Easter everyone.
... lead way I want to allow her..While we were suiting up for the hiking and spraying off with the OFF with Deet bug spray, Tony and Noel went into the visitors center and museum (no doggies allowed in here)
... falls on a second creek. There are some nice wading areas on this creek.)
Sunday we headed down the trail. It began at the museum and headed in several directions. One trail lead beside the Duck River. There were three falls on this river below the dam. The first set of falls was Blue Hole Falls. There was a wooden ladder which you could climb down, or you could climb down the rocks right beside it. The first time I visited this park last ...