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Happy Thanksgiving to all

Update to yesterday’s post: Yes, Show of Hands can be found on iTunes USA. Their rather long (31 songs) “best of” collection made excellent driving music last night. Check ’em out if you’re so inclined.

A happy Thanksgiving to everybody from Nashville, Tennessee, where Megan and I decided to disappear to over the long holiday. We got in last night and will be here until Sunday. We’re at a delightful little place just outside of Hillsboro Village called the Daisy Hill Bed and Breakfast; it’s adorable, very welcoming, and quite reasonable for such establishments in this area. Linda and Darrell Bengson, the innkeepers, do things very nicely here, and I highly recommend staying here if you are looking for a place to stay in Nashville.

As well, if you ever happen to be in Nashville on Thanksgiving without dinner plans, Maggiano’s does an excellent, and rather reasonably priced, family-style Thanksgiving dinner with an Italian flavor. I’d go there again in a heartbeat — just make sure you haven’t spent the day grazing beforehand.

Full report a bit later, but in the meantime, I hope everybody has had a day worth being thankful for, one way or the other.

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1 Response to “Happy Thanksgiving to all”


  1. 1 Aaron Haney 2 December 2008 at 1:48 pm

    We were in your area at Green Hills Mall and Trader Joe’s on Sunday. Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving.

    Aaron


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