Been There; Done That

Just a little note to say I’m not being snobbish. Just haven’t been home to be online and visit or comment this past several days. Took a trip to a couple of my favorite places, pictured below. Nashville is one of my old hometowns, and the Smoky Mountains are where I wish I could make my home. The Internet was so unreliable, I gave up on getting online while away. Had a tooth break on the trip, and that resulted in some emergency dental work today, so I’m just not feeling up to sitting at my computer any length of time yet. Tomorrow will definitely be better. I’ll share about my incongruously enjoyable trip — a perfect combination of inspiring conversations and exasperating (but sometimes funny) experiences, all stirred up together.





5 thoughts on “Been There; Done That

    1. I think that’s why I feel that way when I see a lot of your pictures. And, in reality, since these mountains are all part of the Appalachian Mountains, they are exactly the same. They don’t change just because the government says The Smoky Mountain National Park starts at a particular line. I’m still praying about some kind of job that will let me live in those mountains.

    1. I haven’t lived there in quite a while now, but I’ve tried to go back as often as possible. My sister and I actually made this trip to North Carolina to spend some time at an inn in the mountains, but we were planning to stop in Nashville on the way back and review our old haunts. Unfortunately, our plans got altered, and a real visit in the city will have to wait until next time. I couldn’t resist snapping a few photos though. It will always be the hometown with the best memories. Thanks for reading and commenting.

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