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... t met him, but they have been members of the fan club for over 15 years so emailed a lot. It was great fun having him along for the Nashville leg of the trip. He brought a big enthusiastic New York style fun to our group. Thanks for coming down Rich.
We all managed to find each other at the Airport and get into the downtown Hilton to check in, then hit the city for a walk around. Justin Timberlake was playing on Friday night so there was a ...
... by very quickly. Needless to say I bought another book and chose Al Gores' 'The Assault on Reason' about the American political system, which I am becoming more and more interested in the longer I stay in the country. This purchase will however be muchly regretted when I have to put my backpack on again - I plan to have a day reading to alleviate this problem. Anyway I still have another 3-4 days in this bizarre town so I will write again when the moment presents ...
"The second happiest day of your life is the day you buy your bus... The first happiest is when you sell it!"
"What's the definition of a masochist? A bus owner."
Now that's some tough sales pressure to resist, but this is Goodlettsville, Tennessee, not Wall Street, and we're all happy to kick back and relax.
Back outside, Chad and Caleb are still scrubbing... now ...
... for a margarita of course. There are two guys playing all sorts of country old and new and the sound great. We ask them if they know any slim dusty, lee ker****n or Adam brand and they say "who?" Haha... So we ask if they might know who Keith Urban is and of course they do and play a song for us. We do some more sight seeing and end up in a place for dinner that is famous for its ribs which Clinton ordered a full rack of and could not finish by himself so ...
... baseball players. Good stop.
Then I headed to the grave of Zachary Taylor. He was our 12 President (1849-1850) and the second President to die in office. He died shortly after eating some cherries and iced milk at a 4th of July celebration at the Washington Monument (under construction). Some historians speculated that he had been poisoned by pro-slavery people, and his body was actually exhumed where it was determined that while he ...
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