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... about the side effects. I can just imagine the conversation in the doctors....'Hell you may have invested $100k for your 7 years of training at Vanderbilt but I saw a commerical last night while swilling down beer so effectively I know more than you so let's hurry on up with that prescription boy' - maybe that's a bit harsh and maybe this is giving the consumer / patient more knowledge and choice but it just feels a bit odd. Oh well,great to see how the other half lives all the ...
Tue, Jun 4, 2013
Departure: Nashville, Tennessee
Arrival: Nashville, Tennessee
Travel Time: 3 minutes
Well, the KOA kicked us out today. It seems there is a Country Music Association (CMA) Festival in Nashville this week, and the campground (excuse me, “Kampground”) is over booked. We have tickets to the Grand Ole Opry tonight, ...
We left Graceland RV Park at 7:35 am. We stopped for fuel at Stanton Exit 47 and bought 28.16 gal. @ $3.719/gal. For a total of $104.73. The highway cut through many hills of limestone - it was evident everywhere and provided a hold out for the Union at the Slaughter Pen in one of the battles at Stones River. We arrived at Countryside RV Park around noon - they charge $30/night after the ...
... young women with breast cancer.
We visited the Carnton plantation in Franklin just south of Nashville which was used as a field hospital during the Battle of Franklin Nov. 30 1864. During this battle, which lasted 5 hours, the Confederate army launched a frontal assault on the Union army who were dug in on the banks of the Harpeth River in Franklin. In short it was a slaughter - there were nearly 9500 ...
... hand answer! The people in Tennessee, I must admit, are very warm and accommodating.
Another striking feature as we travel is the colossal size and number of churches "down south". Probably 99% of the churches are Baptist, but there are a few Methodist, Lutheran, Catholic, Presbyterian and Episcopalian. In the urban areas there are several huge churches on each and every block. Even the rural areas ...