A Nashville Street
Brentwood, near Tim McGraw's estate outside Nashville
Nashville. It was hard to find anyone in Nashville with a Southern Accent. It was sad for me.
A view from the visitor's station in the Smokies
I think this was an Elk in the Smokies
On our way to Charlotte to visit my family, Mike and I randomly stayed in the town of Lexington Va. I came across the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetary and there in the center was his plot
In the 2nd photo I took there was an "orb" about his plot. In the 3rd photo it was gone. So I shot it from another angle.
When I shot it from the side, there was the Orb again, see in the upper right corner. If it were a spec on my lens it would still have been closer to the statue. Plus My flash was the only light in the cemetery, so it wasn't a reflection. Was it the ghost of Stonewall Jackson?
The city of Charlotte
The ghost of Jim and Tammy Baker. This once was Heritage USA, their resort and amusement park. It's finally being torn down and houses are popping up all around it. (It's about 15 minutes from Charlotte.)
The Smokie's so beautiful
Mom with grandchildren Timmy and Ela, outside mom's new home near Charlotte
Which bag is Mike's? Which bag is Hughe's?
Pigeon Forge, TN
Is a lot like Wildwood. Lots of things to do, amusement parks. Very cheap hotels, like $59 a night.
We went to a dinner theater where they had loggers competing against each other.
It was interesting.
We didn't go, but I saw the sign
The Wax Museum
You commit the crime, they have a newspaper with your mugshot
The Titanic Museum. Pretty cool. Took me three hours to go through. They have the sets from the movie in there.
The view from our hotel. Mike loved going outside and feeding the ducks
Years ago when we were in Las Vegas he wanted to try the indoor skydiving, but it was out of commission. He finally took it off his bucket list as they have one in Pigeon Forge. We need one in Philly.