Pretty nice and informative park. Each county was represented with a plaque on the sidewalk that gives you some info for it and under each of them is a time capsule that will be opened at the tricentennial celebration. On the other side of the the visitor can follow the history of Tennessee, from its […]
Interesting place to visit, a bit strange to see one recording studio next to the other divided only by the buildings and a small alley way in between. Did Elvis walk that Alley to have a smoke, did Jerry Lee Lewis had an argument with his band and did rising stars talk to existing stars […]
A Museum that shows the life story of Johnny Cash. Entrance $20 pP open 9 AM to 6 PM Lots of artifacts, from yearbook picture, his time in the service, handwritten notes to fanclubs, a letter from Ronald Reagan, his instrument, clothing to his last Music Video on a loop…It is really a lot of […]
from wikipedia: Ryman Auditorium is a 2,362-seat live performance venue, located at 116 5th Avenue North, in Nashville, Tennessee and is best known as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. Entrance was $21 and the venue opens at 9 AM The tour starts with a great Audio Visual Tour of the […]
After spending the night at White Spring Winery I took Lilly for a nice long morning walk down the orchards and we enjoyed the quiet morning and the fresh air. Hunter & Andrea were still sleeping so it was just us two.
This is pretty much an all day event if you are interested in history. There are 3 basic components. The Visitor Center where you can get the Audio Equipment and watch a <20 min video about the live of Andrew Jackson plus a hall with artifacts and more details of him and his wife. The […]
We were exploring the Natchez Trail and decided to take the dogs on a small hike from the parking area at the Memorizl of the War of 1812. It was about a 40 min drive from the campground to get to the northern terminus of of the Trace. The memorial inscription stated that the trace […]