Twelve of us TTA'ers from Nashville and Murfreesboro parked at LP Field and walked across the Pedestrian Bridge into Lower Broadway.
They just happened to be setting up in the middle of the street for a Jimmy Buffett street concert in front of Margaritaville so there was lots of excitement going on.
We walked up Broadway, admiring the various Honky Tonks and local scenery before turning onto Fifth Ave where we walked past the Ryman, visited Printer's Alley, The Arcade and rested inside the very cool main library. We then crossed to the State Capitol, unfortunately it was closed. Then headed to Farmer's Market where we ate and admired all the good stuff for sale there. We then visited the Bicentennial Mall, which is one of our State Parks, headed down Second past the Wildhorse, The Hard Rock and back across the bridge to LP Field.
Although unseasonably warm--it was a great hike and a fun day. Thanks to the Nashville members for joining us.