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... a big house on a ****** main road. Farewell to you, one horse Memphis town.
The everyday folk out in Nashville, Tennessee sound as if they jumped straight out of a country and western film clip. We attempted not to giggle at their accents. No other place in the world could a city get away with having their nightlife back to back with country music bars. The home of country, Nashville, sure can. Each bar down Broadway had live music with singers, singing ...
... fully charged. At this point we were out of ideas and decided to once again Google a RV repair shop and take it in. Kaitlyn picked the first place that came up, Wallace Trailer Sales. It must have been our lucky day, someone/thing looking out for us, karma or whatever else because the guy who answered the phone, Quentin, had spent years working on Scamps and other similar trailers. We described our problem and he was confident ...
... Tennessee plantation that was built in the early 1800s and became a famous horse breeding farm. That was until the late 1800s when the state declared gambling illegal, affecting the horse racing business. The plantation lands were sold off and then the house itself was sold. In the 1950s the house was purchased by the state and became a museum. Descendants of the family donated the original furnishings so now ...
... it seems as though that's R&B. Shame though, we gave it a try but headed home early feeling let down by a promise un-fulfilled.
Coincidentally, soon after we'd decided to visit Nashville the ABC TV series of the same name started to air in the UK. Telling the story of the glamorous, seedy, commercial and probably very un-realistic lives of the warring artists and politicians of this fine city I was gripped from the pilot episode and couldn't ...
... The Oak Ridge Boys, Florida Georgia Line -- who were joined by Brad Paisley and then by Dierks Bentley,who was joined, amazingly, by Lenny Kravitz. Then Kelly Clarkson who was joined by Trisha Yearwood and the evening was closed by Keith Urban.