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We decided to head home tonight and finish the trip. It's been an amazing few weeks. I've never felt like I've seen so much and been so exhausted from a trip. This will be a trip I remember forever. I've wanted to do a proper road trip since I was a child and it feels good to have finally done it. A few closing stats: 16 Days 14 states 5,170 miles 100 hours in the car 18 miles hiked 9 nights camping Hundreds of mosquito bites ......priceless The ...
Made it to Nashville and went straight to The Grand Ole Opry with 3 minutes to spare..
What an awesome night. This is where Keith Urban and others perform.. Been going since the 1950's.. It's the home of country music, and saw some awesome performances by some of the top musicians ...
... the Smallman's on their trip will find my entries nowhere as entertaining as Pat's. She has a great flair for writing while I feel more like Dragnet, aka "Just the facts, ma'am!"
Anyway, here goes my first attempt at blogging.
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... and I never got used to the humidity. I found the woods to be very dense and kind of creepy, but loved the fireflies. I have never seen as many football-field-size front lawns as I did around Nashville. John Deere must sell lots of riding mowers there. I had also never seen such huge neighborhood fireworks displays as I did on the 4th of July. They rivaled some put on by towns.
Our days were pretty much filled with ...
... sunny with slight wind that gives just a little chill, but nothing major..definitely hiking weather..But here you can only really stroll, there are no mountains, lakes or anything like that..only battlefields...fields and fields of high grass where over 23,000 men were killed or wounded..