Comfort Suites Airport
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... shower gel that had been left behind in the shower this morning.
Very chilly overnight, multi layered sleeping in the cab over the drivers seat. Not quite comfy, but ok. Should have bought a thicker duvet but only have ourselves to blame. It's now heating up nicely, breakfast in the sun, off to find the 2 rivers which are rumoured to be nearby then into Nashville for a Nash Trash music ...
Woke up early and as soon we are out of bed, we want to get somewhere where we have some heat. The truck! And it has heated seats! Thank God for that! You don't want to know how cold it was in that trailer. Now that's roughing it! All that being said, we both slept pretty good as we were so tired.
7:30 a.m. Roads are clean, no snow but it is very windy. Not a good thing when you are pulling a trailer but we persist. Our destination is Nashville. We stop for ...
... place and head towards Nashville initially on the National Park roads with some great views and an encounter on the road with deer, a squirrel and a snake (about 4ft long) We didnt stop in case it didnt like us!
Into our Super 8 about 15 mins outside Nashville, get cleaned up and changed and a taxi into town (Bob, Ron, Nick and myself) We hadn't seen Dutch Paul all day, so no witty quips to look forward ...
... instead of near the top in the “D” section. Through a few long hallways we encountered 18 dressing rooms, labeled 1-19 because the “13” was left out of the numbering system. We were able to take photographs of the open dressing rooms but unable to step inside, except for Roy Acuff’s room, which was traditionally kept open because it was his tendency to do the same thing. The hallways of the Opry didn’t provide closets but ...
... and move on. But on one stop we decided to hike down to Jackson Falls (named after Andrew Jackson). Notice I said hike DOWN. The hike back up about undid these two senior citizens.
We did stop and take a small hike to the graves of 13 Confederate soldiers. It was surreal to me knowing that right where we were standing the Civil ...