GuestHouse International Inn Gallatin
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... had too much time on my hands lately. Don’t get me wrong it’s been great especially in regards to being able to dive into a new sport (Disc Golf!) but I've just been kind of in limbo land having an ultimate goal to plan for, but also simply having all this free time to wait! I’m restless, and in need of adventure.
Amanda and I have been excited about this trip for years! Not just a matter of days or weeks, or even months, but ...
... was even up at 6. Ed is working on the photos. Since we could not down load most of them when our cloud was saturated we have edited a lot. We still have a couple of thousand to look through. DO NOT WORRY, we will not be presenting them all to you. When I can I will upload and send to our blog. I will republish each day and you can look if you choose. I just wanted to explain why you will be getting the same days again.
There is no place like home.
... and Paycheck, Loretta and Patsy, Waylon, and all the boys..they have been right there...
Oh, that would have been the time to be walking through the doors and hearing the magical music...I would have loved to been in Nashville in the 60 and 70s..
Day 47 - 7th November 2013
Left Nashville and headed for Louisville, halfway between was a national park called Mammoth Caves which had massive caves and tunnels which apparently ran for hundreds of miles. It was cold when we arrived and this was only the start. We had been mostly been wearing shorts and been really warm up until now. Jackie our guide talked us through our tour and took us through the caves, they were massive and were used for digging out ...
... should have opted to stay in downtown instead of by grand ole opry. Kendra found a great, although not authentic to Nashville, place to eat. And afterwards we walked down Broadway and observed the numerous honey tonks. States Visited: Kentucky, Tennesee* Stops Made: Town of Bardstown, Maker's Mark Distillery, Lincoln Birthplace and Boyhood Home, Mammoth Cave N.P., Music Row in Nashville Meals: breakfast in hotel; cucumber & cheese lunch in ...