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Nov 4, 2014 - Moving South

Saturday, November 01, 2014—Jamestown, Ky. Well, our season is over. We are done except for the Ghost Walk tonight. A ghost walk is one that brings campers from station to station in a walking tour around the park. I will be a “ghost” construction worker, talking to the crowd as if it is 1951, and the dam is just getting finished. Debbie is going to guide the campers and take pictures. Other stations will be talking about other areas of the park and their history....

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Apr 20, 2012 - Gallatin, Tennessee

Our plans were to stay at a Army Corps of Engineers campground just East of Nashville. When we got there the place was booked. They suggested we go an additional 10 miles East to Bledsoe State Park in Gallatin. It turned out really good. We paid a couple of bucks a day more but the place is large and the sites are very spacious. We will hang here for 4 days until the rally. I don't think there is anything to do around here so we will just chill. Best part of this place is that my aircard is on 4G and it is smoking hot.

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Oct 15, 2009 - Bledsoe Creek State Park

Located northeast of Nashville in Sumner County, Bledsoe Creek State Park was our hiking destination for today. It has been years, possibly even a decade, since we had visited this park. Bledsoe Creek flows into the Cumberland River, but many years ago, the Cumberland River was dammed creating Old Hickory Lake. The park, which borders the lake, was established as a recreational area for campers, boaters, and fishermen. Hiking trails were eventually installed, but it is still primarily a campers park. Despite the heavy rains (and I mean a...

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