As you probably guessed by now, we had another “Bad Air Day” at Cedars of Lebanon; therefore, an extremely late blog posting. We could have taken the air card and the computer in the truck and published while on the road, but with the katt “stuff”, drinks, treats, etc., Judy had enough to contend with without adding to the clutter factor. The post is even later since we reached our exit for Wood’s RV just before two and as Judy was pointing to it, I just kept on driving. Yep, we’re now situated on our site at Rainbow Plantation. There’s a lot to be said about not having to get into the truck again in the morning.
Lotsa pictures today, so we’ll spare the verbiage. You can place your cursor over the picture to see what’s happening.
As you know from yesterday’s post, the girls had a sleepover with G-ma and G-pa. After awaking yesterday morning G-ma made pancakes, then we watched 101 Dalmatians before heading to the playground. G-ma snapped a few pictures along the way.
The girls really enjoy the playground at Cedars of Lebanon State Park. Every time they visit us, it is almost an immediate request.
We packed up the girls and headed to Matt and Jackie’s. Then we all headed for the Nashville Zoo. It was Nashville Predator’s Day at the Zoo with one of the players on hand for autographs and photographs. He must not be one of better players, he had all his teeth.
The 200 acre Grassmere family farm was donated as the Grassmere Wildlife Park in 1990. Inadequate funding lead to its closing and the Nashville Zoo assumed management of the facility in 1997. The farmhouse, barns, and gardens are featured as one of the displays at the zoo.
We enjoyed how “they” have maintained the natural settings for the animals. Here is the pictorial story of our visit at the zoo. You can follow our tour by placing your cursor over the pictures.
And while we were at the zoo, we come around a corner and bumped right into our Congressman!!
Well, those are the highlights for our day with the Grand Kids. Take Care Until Next Time - - - - - -