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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Nashville Travels ...



As I left Logan Airport in Boston, I felt that I was opening a new window in my life. One of freedom. One of self-independence. I found my seat and settled in.

The flight flew by and I was in Nashville before I knew it. I gathered my bags and headed to the outside passenger pickup curb. I was greeted with open arms by a friend that could easily be a Sister of mine. Before too long, I began seeing Nashville and Memphis signs on the highway. This was truly happening. A jaunt that was planned so quickly, felt more surreal by the moment.

A quick re-cap of the tourist sites we took in were visiting the Grand Ole Opry Backstage Tour, Antique Archeology (American Pickers Gift Shop), Broadway (Street of Lights) and shopping in Downtown Franklin.

The regular daily sites were just as fun - Meeting new friends, trying new food (and cream soda - Yum!), listening to live music, attended a going away party, shared in a friends brunch, and being serenaded by incredibly talented fiddlers, guitar players and singers during the in-between times.

I arrived home with a new appreciation for yet another place that has left my soul with a warmth that I live for. Southerners have won my heart over!

What an incredible 36 Hours -- Hope to visit again -- Real Soon - Nashville! 














6 comments:

  1. Sounds like an awesome time! Glad you could go! :-)

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    1. Thanks, Deborah -- So glad I decided to make a quick decision & it all went so well ... Very Enjoyable!

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  2. Sounds like you had a great time! Good for you!!

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    1. Thanks, Sista -- Yes -- Very grateful for being able to see such a great place with a good friend Xo

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  3. Oh, Kristine, this sounds like you had a great time. I was raised in Memphis (but have been away 30 years) and your descriptions took me back in time to those happy days in Tennessee.

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    1. Thank You So Much, Rita -- This post sounds like I took you back home for a bit -- Glad I was able to do that for you!

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