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... those who do not, they rent them. They are backed up making the turn. They blow at each other, play loud music, wave at us, take pictures, etc. There are tour boats lined up behind each other that are full. It looks like some country has sent its citizens here for the day. We are actually getting rocked by the wakes. It seems to me like they cruise the canals like we used to cruise around the Shoney's drive in. There are few streets here. When you cross a road ...
... stonehenge but made out of polystyrene. It was set on a hill by the side of the road and had a full size wizard overlooking it. Not sure why the guy decided to do this who built it, I suppose the same could be said about the real one and why they lifted really massive rocks. At least the other one you could easily move about. There was only a slight bit of damage to it but mostly to the wizard who was missing a hand.
We drove through the blue ridge mountains and got some ...
Scott has decided that being a traveling demigod is the good life and starts to look at new(er) (AKA refurbished) buses on www.busforsale.com. This bus and the one before it were both purchased there. It so happens that Bus for Sale is near Nashville, which so happens to be on our route home. And so it happens that Scott calls John Spelling, the owner, and arranges a visit. I mentally record ...
... what happens for her when she finds this perfect relationship she seems to be so desperately striving for as every song seemed to be inspired by her tortoured broken heart...maybe she'll go down the traditional country route and find inspiration in her lost dog, broken wine glass etc. And as for Ed Sheeran, sorry mate I still just don't get what you're about!
One thing which made me really angry and I've avoided on the blog so far ...
Visited Antique Archaeology, the American Pickers' Nashville shop, which is located in the historic Marathon building on the outskirts of downtown Nashville. The building is huge, and is where Marathon Automobiles were built in the early 20th century. The Antique Archaeology shop was full of antiques Mike and Frank found on episodes of their show. ...
Other places to stay in Goodlettsville
120 Cartwright Street, Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $125
100 Northcreek Blvd., Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $78
110 Northgate Drive, Goodlettsville | 1 star hotelfrom $68
621 Rivergate Parkway, Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $107
202 Northgate Circle, Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $102
925 Conference Drive, Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $89
650 Wade Circle, Goodlettsville | 1 star hotelfrom $49
865 Conference Drive, Goodlettsville | 3 star hotelfrom $122