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The next morning I allowed Jessica to sleep in since only one place was important on our itinerary. I also wanted her to be well rested for the ride home in case I needed her to help drive. I was up early to a program on the tv declaring all sins lead to hell and the devil was out to get us. According to my dreams, it would have been best if we remembered to turn the tv off before we fell asleep. The clock displayed 8:00 a.m. so I headed downstairs for the hot ...
... coming neighborhood called 12 South. We decided to nix the Country Music Hall of Fame. I think I may regret this decision, but the entrance fees are high and the kids have all been complaining about country music for days so I think the experience might be lost on them. Tonight, we will force the issue further. We will drag everyone to a cool venue called the Family Wash for Shepherd's Pie and live country ...
... bar right from the start. Well lit with Natural light and decor was in Football, with TV on the screens so it reminded us of a sports bar. There is a corner band area, not really large but right size...the tables are all high tops and one large booth. They are spread apart for ample room to move around.
The waitress brought us menus and got our drink order. She immediately told Tony the drink special is Funday Sunday $2 domestic ...
... 8217;t other distilleries, as she didn’t think it’d be big enough to keep up with demand, but the guide said that they are building more barrel houses to store the mellowing whisky to keep up with global demand for the whisky. At the spring, there was also a statue of the man himself, who we learned was actually called Jasper Newton Daniel, and was only 5’2 – a tiny man! Next came my favourite part; where they mash the corn, rye and barley. The building ...
... must be more raaedneck." Can't argue with that!
As we sat in this restaurant, ate fried everything and were waited on by some of the country's friendliest, this country song came over the radio:
"...that's what I love about Sunday
Singing along to Amazin' Grace, shaking the preachers hand.New believers gettin' baptised
Mommas hand held up high. Havin' a hallelujah good time.
That's what I love about Sunday.
Going home to my blue jeans, ...