Tennessee Meadow Walking (#629)

Whenever I get off the road from a day of driving my RV, I like to get out for a walk.  Refresh the spirit, breathe the crisp, cool air; a nice way to wind down.

Today, I am in luck as I am stopped for the night at TanBark Camp in Dickson, Tennessee, just south of Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry.  Right outside my door is a fenced-in horse pasture (horse included) with a meadow to walk in just alongside.

The temperature is 57 degrees.  But even more delightful is the sound of robins in the surrounding trees.  I have always associated the chirping of robins as a sign of spring, a sign of awakening.

What a nice, peaceful respite while winding down the day.  A walk in a Tennessee meadow with a joyful sound of robins….

And.....a Horse

and…..a Horse

oxo ~ Annie

About TinCanTraveler

Born under a wand'rin' star.... living in my Winnebago, traveling the country, explorer/adventurer, photographer, writer, chi master, massage therapist, retired teacher/counselor, work camper. Appreciation for the freedom to do it all. Enjoying life's ultimate lessons of trust, respect, and grace.
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4 Responses to Tennessee Meadow Walking (#629)

  1. Sherrill Parry says:

    Yes, and a horse, don’t forget the horse. He is a beauty. I love rearing the robins. Can’t wait for them to come back to PA. Safe travels Annie.

  2. Cee Neuner says:

    Annie, tonight it feels like snow here. So your 59 degrees sounds real good to me. 😀

  3. Connie T says:

    We just went on a trip to Yuma, AZ. My husband made me drive the motor home a lot. I am not happy driving it a lot. I don’t see how you do it by yourself. It hurts my back after 2 hours. I love your pictures.

  4. Alice says:

    Ahhhhh, could anything be better than a meadow, a horse, and birds chirping? What a perfect moment. I can feel the peace.

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