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July 25, 2012


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Great campsite. No tree interference there.
Thanks for the great tour of Ryman Auditorium. I knew nothing about it. The pew seating is so unique. I wonder if many people take a cushion for the performances.
That Porter Wagoner outfit with the wagons on it is a hoot!
Of course, Minnie Pearl always makes me laugh!


What a great tour you've taken us on. . .we met friends in Nashville last year. . .and they didn't really want to do much. ..plus it was really hot. . .so now we'll need to go back and do all the touristy stuff. . .hope you guys are going over to the Grand Ole' Opry so we can get some pointers!

Jeff & Barbie

Appreciate the tour of the Ryman. When we were in that area when didn't stop there.

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