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Road to Nashville

This year's trip was to Nashville. My daughter, Clare, lived there for about six months and she created an elaborate list for us regarding places to find good food, music etc. The trip started on Thursday, 23 July. The RLT's met at a little restaurant at the Indiana border and proceeded south through Indiana, towards our destination. On the way, we stopped at Turkey Run did some hiking to stretch our legs. This is a beautiful area to see. We toured Terre Haute, Indiana and saw the school where my oldest brother attended college, Rose Hulman, formerly Rose Polytechnic until someone named Hulman donated vast sums of money to the school. Rose Hulman is a fine engineering school. It was fun to reminisce about college days. We even toured my brothers old frat house. Unfortunately, now it looks like a meth lab!

Further south, we visited some bourbon distilleries in Kentucky. Needless to say, we did not mix the bourbon with the ride. Such activity rarely ends well. We really enjoyed the experience. The beauty of that part of the country is remarkable.

That night, we stayed in Evansville, Indiana had a good meal and some good conversation (along with a little bourbon) and retired. The following morning, we got up early to proceed to our destination, Nashville. Nashville is a very interesting place. There is music everywhere. In fact, it is hard to find a place that doesn't have live music. People sit on the streets with their guitar cases open for tips; there's some real talent there. He went to a few hotspots, had some great barbeque. We even went to a crazy karaoke place my daughter recommended, housed in a double wide trailer.

Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed the city. Next day, we visited some historical places. We saw the Country Music Hall of Fame and enjoyed several live performances. We also visited the Johnny Cash museum. Later on, we went to visit President Andrew Jackson's home, the Hermitage, a true historical landmark and treasure. All in all it was a great day. The weather was warm and clear.

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