Red Roof Inn Nashville North
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- Free parking
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... harmonies and move effortlessly between honky tonk classics and Bob Wills style faves. I very nearly wet my pants with sheer undiluted pleasure. The brown blues hat looked completely mad in such Stetson heavy company but I did not care, besides old Johnny told me where there's a great hat shop. Please bear in mind readers we haven't even got into Nashville proper yet. Sweet baby ...
A little catch up here....
Left Illinois with the snow melting and more on the way. Drove all day, after a later start, left Bloomington around 11:30 am. Got to Nashville around 8:30 pm.
The hostel that I stayed at was great. Fairly new, still building out one of the floors. Got a room for 4 by myself until later that night.
Wanted to wander around the area, where there were several jazz and country bars, ...
... with almost a heavy heart as the last couple of days had been so great. This being the beginning of my trip, I really relished the time in the woods. It had been so long since I last had such times. Fortunately, this was only the beginning!
I drove two hours north to Nashville, where I would be staying the next two nights and hoped to have a little fun. On the way up, I passed through Manchester, TEN, which is the site of the annual Bonnaroo Music ...
... Memphis Grizzlies play basketball and St. Jude's Hospital.
Lots of trucks on I-40 between Oklahoma City and east of Memphis. In all the travels over many years, I don't think that I have ever seen that many trucks on the road at one time. Lots of commerce on these roads!
Now, in the hotel and off to dinner to try a place that an alum from Vanderbilt suggested. So, catch you up from Blue Ash for my last entry.
See you all soon!
... but he shows us where to park and how to find the restrooms and we make ourselves at home. We meet Donna, who is almost overbearing in her excitement to show us the Bus for Sale bus lineup, proclaiming she has the keys to all of 'em. Turns out Donna is not an employee, but the mom of the Nickerson family who are here buying their bus. The Nickersons have 8 children and run Mount N Ministries, a traveling ...