|Kyler and I loved this house!|
(About the glass molding--a guy literally took two sticks of glass and molded a nativity scene Christmas ornament over a giant flame. It was definitely one of the coolest we visited. I so wanted to take a picture, but I didn't think the man needed a distraction with that flame so close.)
And then of course there were the not-so-cool shops. One of the first ones we walked into boasted a sign offering "Quality Gold and Jewels". It was a brief stay to say the least. I would compare the quality of the gold and jewels to something I got out of a vending machine at Kroger when I was little.
My sole purchase of the day was a little bitty Christmas tree adorned in bells. Now our apartment says Christmas every time you walk in the door...not really. The tree is so small that almost everyone just walks right by it, and we have to point it out to them.
We ended the trip to the same fudge shop we visited last year. Now, the fudge was delicious, but it was not the fudge that kept all the visitors talking and gawking. Just outside the shop doors was a fake man telling of Nashville's history. Here is Kyler with our loot and this "local" man.
|Kyler with our fudge, and the old man holding my little Christmas tree.|
This is the "sale" going on right beside our parking spot. Apparently some of the locals take advantage of the crowds and hope to sell off some of their unwanted possessions too! And just in case he was in the house when a customer came by, he left a nice little sign with directions...
What an entertaining ending to our time in Nashville.