Why I Love Where I Live.

To get over travel nostalgia, I decided to create a stay-cation that would rival our recent out of country experience as much as locally possible.
Katie was coming to visit over Easter weekend and my sister-in-law Heather was in town, as well. So putting together an action packed three days seemed like a good idea.
We took lots of photos so we could document the fun.

Day #1

Exploring Crockett Park.

Exploring Crockett Park by day.

Nashville. Rooftop view at Acme Feed and Seed. Great music, great food, and great friends.

Nashville. Rooftop view at Acme Feed and Seed by night.

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are in the area, there is great food and music at Acme Feed and Seed right off Broadway.

Day #2

Morning Hike to a great view of the Tennessee River.

Morning hike to a great view of the Tennessee River.

Afternoon spelunking at the local's secret Mud Cave.

Afternoon spelunking at the local’s secret Mud Cave.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Woke up early and drove an hour and fifteen minutes to a small town to experience country at its best.

Day #3

After Easter Service, found this adorable barn to snap some shots.

After an early Easter Service, found this adorable barn to snap some shots.

Together with these ladies we created a delicious Easter lunch and enjoyed it on the back patio.

Together with these ladies, we created a delicious Easter lunch and enjoyed it on the back patio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We got to experience a bit of city, a bit of country and a bit of kitchen fun over the weekend. After the late nights, early mornings and delicious filling meal… we crashed.
Travel is amazing, unforgettable, but not always feasible when you want to put down roots and build a life in one spot. For those days when I can’t travel, I want to remember to explore my own local city and surroundings. Preferably with friends.

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Played our way to exhaustion.

 

 

 

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