I just got back from several days in Nashville, Tennessee.

Nashville has been on my “Shoot List” for a couple years.

I had planned to go several months ago, but I was waylaid by arm surgeries.

When I was invited to a wedding taking place in Nashville, I knew it would be a perfect “excuse” to reschedule my trip.

First of all, I had FUN.

Elvis cops a feel?  (iPhone photo taken by my sister)

Nashville is a great city and I jam packed my days there with as much as I could fit in.

In addition, I had a chance to spend some time with both my brother and sister (and other family members!) while attending wedding festivities.

Me – with my older brother and older sister. (My bum arm looks bad, doesn’t it?)

Of course, I visited the Honky Tonks on Lower Broadway like every tourist should.

Honky Tonk Central

The Honky Tonks were crazy busy because the Predators were playing in the Stanley Cup finals while I was there.

(Also, Alan Jackson was performing in a free concert which was also right at Lower Broadway.)

I squeezed in time for tours of the famous Ryman Auditorium and The Grand Ole Opry House also.

The Historic Ryman Auditorium

I also walked the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, visited Centennial Park, had lunch at (famous) Jack’s Bar-B-Que, breakfast (sweet potato pancakes) at the also famous Pancake Pantry, visited The Gulch, Music Row and much more of the city both by golf cart and lots of walking,  took photos of street art, visited/shot an old and very beautiful farm, and visited with my siblings at Tennessee Brew Works while it rained (hot rain – who knew?) outside.

Oh yes, I also attended a wedding and a rehearsal dinner.

I’m sure I’ll share more photos from this trip as I have time to get them uploaded.

4 Responses to “Nashville!”

  1. Michelle

    Glad you had fun in Nashville, and family. I look forward to more photos.

    And no, I don’t think your bum arm looks ‘bad’, it just looks like you are being hugged awkwardly and aren’t that relaxed, like your brother has threatened to tickle you! 🙂

    • Suzanne

      Ha! So many scars on that arm … but, sigh!

  2. Nan

    Having been to the Ryman many times, hands down best pic! Hope you enjoyed our town.

    • Suzanne

      I love the Ryman. I usually don’t go on tours and/or don’t enjoy them much. I really loved my tour there and the time in the building. I could “feel” the history – it was great!


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