March 21st, 2022
Today was our last day in Nashville.
We stayed at Two Rivers Campground which is very close to Grand Old Opry and the Opryland Hotel. If you are planning to do some sightseeing, I’d recommend this park or the KOA that is next door. The KOA looks to have a bit larger sites. The staff at the park are amazing. Very friendly and helpful. They have a tiny little dog park and Reba met some fun friends this morning.
The Two Rivers Dog Park that is a couple of miles from here was beautiful and filled with furry friends. Reba met a tiny little mini-Aussie and she stole her ball over and over and over.
We spent most of our days here getting better organized and resting. We were not yet comfortable leaving Reba in the RV for a long time, so we didn’t do any of the tours. We did leave her for a couple of hours to do dinner at the Cock of the Walk.
I was a bit worried when I saw the metal plates come out as we
sat down, I was having a flashback to a very unfortunate breakfast at the Paul Bunyon in the Dells…..however, the food at Cock of the Walk is INCREDIBLE if you love fried catfish – and I do! We also got a half bucket of greens and we have at least a full meal left over.
We got back and Tim got all our tanks flushed. I got to drop the black tank treatment into the toilet after he was done. I got the better end of the deal on this job.
Tomorrow off to Blue Ridge, GA. One of our very favorite places in the country so far! We will meet my brother and sister-in-law there on Sunday night for a much different dinner experience!
Tim’s Tip: “My Masters Degree in Environmental Engineering has made me completely qualified to drain our tanks. I warn you that valves marked from the factory as “black tank” might actually be a grey tank – and horrifyingly the valve marked “grey tank” might actually be a black tank. Clear elbows show it all!
Note our site number – I belive it was meant to be. 🙂
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