Another weekend we focused on detailing our cars and I will not bore you with those details.......it is not one of my favorite or even likeable things to do. But Jon, as always, being the awesome husband that he is found a way to lure me into helping him with this by providing refreshments!
Another weekend we went for a long walk over the Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge off of Briley Pkwy, near where the old Opryland used to be and where the Opryland Hotel still is and this connects to Shelby Bottoms, one of Nashville's many greenways. Urban "hiking" at it's best! We got to walk over this really neato bridge I had been wanting to go over for quite some time.
You would never guess that this was behind us:
Seriously I took a picture of the bridge and then turned around and took a picture of the interstate right behind us. Eh, you can't have your cake and eat it too! After you walk a quarter of a mile you don't even know the interstate is there anyways. Yay for an urban oasis! This was an
Today we chose somewhere closer to home, about 10 minutes away, Radnor Lake. The thing about Radnor Lake is that it's scenic, fairly quiet and still within the city limits. Not to mention I kept my eyes peeled for homes for sale and lots for sale on the same street. There were a few but I don't think the lots were really what we are looking for in the future and there was only one home for sale and it was just okay. So onwards and upwards! Radnor Lake is perfect if you don't have a lot of time to drive or walk. It's very short. Also note, if you haven't been here before that you cannot take dogs on the wooded trails, only on the paved road...........which is a huge drawback for us because I can't really justify going to walk somewhere and not taking Sadie,
4 or 5 Turtles on a fallen over tree
Sweet Sadie von Hoscheit
a dam, speaks for itself!
Sadie and Jon at the Visitor's Center
Sadie and Jon taking a nap once we got home.