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... long day. The time change was deceiving and we were tired when we arrived around 4:30pm. After a rest and a snack and a couple of swims in the KOA pool. (This is a nice KOA by the way.) We saddled back up and headed into downtown Nashville. The kids quickly found an over the top candy store and bought lots of high fructose sweetened goodies. Then we walked on 2nd Ave until we found the Wildhorse Saloon. What ...
... Garlic Knots...half order of four is only $3 and full order of 8 is only $5
Tony got a tallboy PBR for $3 and I got a coca cola. We love this place. Love to go here. It's a small location and always packed. The food is so good. Sometimes, you have to wait for a table but its worth it. Our waiter was Erik. He is very friendly. The check with taxes and tip was only $23. I can't wait to go here again...Noel will love this place. When she gets ...
... table including a couple from Boston who, sadly, new some of the victims of the recent bombing. I also got to meet a great guy by the name of Harold who pioneered his own brand of Gourmet BBQ sauce which has taken off here in the US. It's called Harold's Hogwash and it was the marinade on the pork ribs we had as one of our dishes. Lunch was amazing. We all picked up a plate of food, took off it what we wanted and passed it along to the person next to us and so on ...
... to think I should go back to bed!
Thankfully we had a beautiful drive through a different part of Kentucky on the I65 - very hilly, treed, and scenic. There was a Starbucks just outside Louisville that was unbelievably packed for being in the middle of no where.
Richard discovered that we were going right by the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green so of course we stopped there for a look. Boy there were a lot of Corvettes but as Richard ...
... served out his term and also served a second term. He retired to the Hermitage and lived until he was 78, surrounded by his foster kids and their families.
The house itself is very spacious for a home of the time - 6 bedrooms and a beautiful parlor and dining room. Most of the furniture is original to the house as it was bought from Andrew Jackson's grandson. We couldn't take pictures inside the home, but we did get ...
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