We are overnighting in Nashville, the Music City they say.
We left Arkansas after passing a lot of rice fields. I had never seen rice grow (that I knew of) until we made a trip for voluntary work in Lapanto, Ark. The heart of Rice country, methinks.
Then we came to the Mississippi River looking across at Memphis.
Looking Right, the Memphis skyline.
Looking left is the Pyramid, I thought it was some Insurance company? Now it is A Bass Pro Shop.
Then we are welcomed into the great Volunteer State of Tennessee.
Tennessee is a good state to drive in, the roads are curvy and up and down hills, but not bad hills and curves this direction. Tree lined, some farm land and cattle also. But relaxingly beautiful.
Nashville, we were in bumper to bumper traffic 3-5 lanes the entire time through the city. Road work, and construction everywhere.
I bet this building has been around since BEFORE Hank sang here.
Above was some type of Science building Below the traffic thinned out.
The boys are out on the town in Nashville, I gave my sweet thing her eye drops and babied the tires. The Sherry fixed us a cup of Starbucks coffee and she and I sat for a few minutes.
Tomorrow we head back across the blue Ridge/Smokey mountains to Belmont, NC to complete a trip of just a few miles short of 4,000 miles in the motor home plus around 850 in the car running around. It has been fun with our sons.