This morning we drove to the end of the Natchez Trace on our drive up to Nashville. That Parkway is really something special. As we approached the last 10 miles, the speed limit dropped from 50 to 40 and the roadway became one turn after another as we rambled up and over the hills of Tennessee. I had set our GPS for a particular Wal-Mart in Hermitage but once we got there we were informed that we couldn’t stay overnight… What a bummer… Sooo, we grabbed a little lunch, checked out a couple of campgrounds through the phone book, and set out for our new site…Two Rivers Campground. We had looked at Two Rivers before but really didn’t want to pay the fee but here we are… I don’t know why I feel I have to go the cheap way but when in an area like Disneyland or “Nashville” you bite the bullet.
Two Rivers is about a mile from The Grand Ole Opry and right next door to Camping World so I can not only get entertained at the Opry I can spend spend at Camping World. We’ve already signed up for a couple of interesting things here in Nashville. In the morning we are going out with “Tommy” of Tommy’s Sightseeing Tours. We’re going out to see Nashville, a trip through downtown to see the State Capital, Painters Alley, the Hall of Fame and, and, and,….and then onto see the “Celebrity” homes, like Brooks & Dunn, dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, and, and, and… Tommy sells himself as “taking a tour with comedian and charmin “Tommy Garmon.
Right across the parking lot from The Grand Ole Opry is a huge Outlet Mall. Now if other “Outlet Malls” were to market their goods in a mall of this grandeur, there would be happier customers to come by with monies to spend. I happened to find 2 pairs of shoes. For those of you who know how hard it is for me to find shoes know that I would most likely buy any shoe I could find, and that I did.