Sunday, August 24, 2014

All Aboard


On Friday, Prince and I were on a mission to see what was need to repair a faucet at a place we have in Pulaski , when Prince mentioned "Have you ever been to Lynnville?" My reply was "No I have not and there are lots of places in Tennessee I would like to see."
Thus, our adventure began. First I must mention it was so HOT no cotton picker would have been anywhere but the shade. Therefore, you know why we have to go back. 
Inside the building was cool but that was where it stopped. We ventured inside the train, the pullman car and around the flat bed and caboose. We went over across to streets just like the chicken to see what was on the other side (another post) and by the time we got back to the truck, we looked back and saw where we had created a small (NOT) wet path to where the truck was parked.
Our public television station has a program called "Tennessee Crossroads" and today they were doing a special on trains and this was one of the places they had on the program. Both of us thought it funny since we were just there Friday. 
The Kitty Justice is to go back when the weather is cool. 

6 comments:

Changes in the wind said...

Love your spur of the moment jaunt...

Lady Di Tn said...

Monica
It is fun to go roads untraveled. Peace

Patty said...

It's only fun to go someplace like that when the weather is COOL. The past few days are surely what they mean when they say the dog days of summer. But it's gotten so, with Abe using oxygen and pulling his machine with him and my lower back, hips and knees, I doubt we could walk very far.

Lady Di Tn said...

Patty
You are so right. I do wish to go back when it cools off here in the south. I feel like Frosty when I go out as I begin to melt quickly. Yawl need some of those motorized scooters so yawl can have sidewalk or street races. Peace

Small City Scenes said...

It is so hot here too. The hottest July and August on record.
Fun to do spur of the moment jaunts. And you could have been on TV. MB

Lady Di Tn said...

MB
July here was rather pleasant for July but August came in Hot Humid and Hazy. It was an old film as they were doing all the trains and depots of TN as a special since it was pledge week. Peace