We had 1 lock to get through, which was reasonably well -- only a small wait for the doors to open. The day was more of a race with the weather. Storms were predicted for the afternoon. You can see the clouds darken on the left (vid below) as we neared the marina. In fact, just as we were docking the winds came up and screwed up our attempt. As a result, the boat wobbled a bit and we had to reset.
|Fort Nashboro, named after General Francis Nash
who fought in the Revolution.
They certainly embraced their title, Music City. Everywhere you go, even in the morning, live music can be heard coming from various venues, and that goes on all day. Even the pedal-powered bars, both the driving and boating kind, have music playing. It is quite a little town.
Total Lock Count: 52
|From the bell carillion looking toward the capitol.
|Downtown, bustling by 10 am.
|Near our docks looking downtown.
This artwork reminds me of a bad roller coaster.
|I call this shot "The Heron."
While almost always alone, the blue heron is everywhere!