Magnuson Hotel Nashville North
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... those who do not, they rent them. They are backed up making the turn. They blow at each other, play loud music, wave at us, take pictures, etc. There are tour boats lined up behind each other that are full. It looks like some country has sent its citizens here for the day. We are actually getting rocked by the wakes. It seems to me like they cruise the canals like we used to cruise around the Shoney's drive in. There are few streets here. When you cross a road ...
... vegetarian restaurant, the Wild Cow. They have some amazing mid century modern furniture, and they had to part with the gorgeous orange sofa. Chad wanted to record my singing, but we ran out of time! Next summer, Chad, we will sing and record. ...
... Church along the highway! WOW!
Lots of construction in Arkansas and Tennessee. Our federal dollars at work! And, we encountered some of the construction while I was driving. Yes, I drove for the first time on the journey back, about 2-2/2 to 3 hours. So, my able assistant took the photos of crossing the mighty Mississippi River and coming into Tennessee, Memphis, Tennessee to be exact. As we crossed the Mississippi, we saw the Pyramid ...
"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 ...
... more rock/blues area. We heard there was a place called Fleet street so we had to check that out. (Fleet Street Chris tells me is where the newspapers in London were based) Printers Alley was where the Newspapers used to be based in Nashville so now it all made sense. We sat at the Fleet Street bar for a bit, it was pretty quiet and only about 15 people in there but apparently we had our invisibility cloaks on making it impossible for anyone to wait on us...so ...