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Travel Blogs from Clarksville
... got on the road, opps, the wrong road and started heading south to Mississippi...stop, turn around, NOW we are on the last leg to Clarksville
We arrived, dropped our stuff at the hotel and went to pick up Ashley for dinner and shopping. Two shopping carts later, I think we got everything, except a full length mirror. I think she will be set for a while. We were TCB...Taking Care of Business
I like TFB...Time for bed, good night.
... I was not as prepared to handle the rough terrain as I thought I was, I'm gonna need some off road practice.
I also got to see the Ft. Donelson National Cemetery where many generations of America's finest were laid to rest, including one Sheets (even he was just a baby at the time of his death, it still counts).
My stay here was relatively short but incredibly powerful.
... in Robertson County which is the county directly to the north of Metro Nashville Davidson County.
It was a brisk and windy morning with the outside temperature a nippy 35 degrees Fahrenheit. Suffice it to say, I spent most of my day in the car instead of walking around exploring by foot.
Unique fact, there is a city named Springfield in every state of the United States. ...
... our stamina and/or resolve. Until we got to Route 79 in Dover and there it was in front of us, aaaaah, McDonalds! We haven't seen one since Effingham when we left the interstate. We (those of you who know her know it was Devon, not we) had to stop and get some french fries. Since McDonalds was next to a gas station we were able to fill our tires with air which we haven't done for a few days, one less worry. This task had been more of a chore in ...
... is big, modern, multi-racial and under construction - there's building going on everywhere. I see my very first Obama/Biden election poster in over 2,500 miles of travelling across the country.
Our short term goal was to get to Nashville. We arrive in time to participate in happy hour and we linger over a superb dinner. We'll worry about the last leg of the trip after our final rest day tomorrow.