Friday, June 29, 2012

Cherokee to Nashville

The morning we left Cherokee, North Carolina we drove around taking pictures.

We ate at Peter's Pancakes, one of the better meals we had on
the trip.

Bear statues are seen all over town, each one painted by a
different native artist.

This is a statue of Sequoia, the Cherokee leader
who invented the Cherokee alphabet. It was carved
from a single redwood log.

After checking into our hotel in Nashville, we visited the Lane
Motor Museum. It is a collection of European cars dating from
the 1920's to the present time. Some of the most unusual vehicles
we've ever seen.

We were not allowed to touch any of the vehicles, but they had
this one that anyone could touch and use for photos.

We went to the Wild Horse Saloon for dinner.

There was live country music.
Kelly, Marley, Hunter, and Jenna line dancing.

Standing in front of the Ryman Auditorium looking south.

1 comment:

Kay Dennison said...

Looks like y'all had a really great time!!!!!