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Travel Blogs from Mount Pleasant
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The rural roads are a lot better because you see stuff you can't see in the interstate....have I mentioned that before. We were really impressed with the homes along the way; stately, plantation/colonial style archtecture with huge columns and expansive yards that are manicured. These people must take some serious pride in there abodes, because if I had that much ...
Starting off our trip @ Barkley Lake @ our friend
Pat's Labor Day Party Fri-Tues. Leon couldn't miss this jam session before heading on our journey. What a party place!!!! Great music. Great friends. Great food. What a great time
Day 5. Tues Sept. 2nd.
Left Pat's cabin and headed to Thompson Station, Tn. to give goodbye kisses to Donna & ...
... than drivers the first hour I was on the Trace today (apparently it’s a destination for Nashville bikers). It’s a lovely drive; very rural, very windy, and dotted with historical sites and short hikes. I explored two waterfalls today and stopped several times to explore existing portions of the original trail. According to the biker it flattens out to the south. He told me the biggest danger on the Trace ...
Almost no off road today, but lovely roads in a really pretty and very green area. Rolling hills, big oak trees mixed with a lot of agriculture. Bright sunshine, raining and 28 degrees, how do we dress for that?
Some monster houses and a lot of the common trailer type homes. Not untidy and plainly not poor just boring rectangular big boxes surrounded by stuff. Lots of stuff.
A very typical fixed trailer home looks to be ...
... iPhone app that I use when planning stuff like this is Essential Nashville. It's a great app that divides everything up into neighborhoods (and other filters as well). So helpful, and has a lot of great suggestions!
We had a WONDERFUL weekend; it was so fun being a tourist in my own town! I suggest that locals try it and that visitors enjoy the experience of exploring Nashville!