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Advice for Dillon in North Dakota who will be honeymooning in Nashville and is looking for a dive bar experience for his bride
• Mark W., who owns one of the finest patches of grass in Tennessee, writes:
I have some ideas/recommendations for Dillon on his honeymoon in Nashville.
Spend a day in Lynchburg, TN and tour the facilities of Jack Daniels. Take the morning tour then have lunch at Miss Mary Bobo’s boarding house (reservations required). After lunch, stroll through Lynchburg Town Square. It’s like traveling back in time and it’s fascinating. Lynchburg is about an hour south of Nashville and is an easy and scenic drive.
Take a tour of the Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Both are downtown and within walking distance of each other. Walk down the Lower Broad, the tourist destination to say you made it, but don’t waste much time there.
If your schedule permits, catch a show at the Grand Ol Opry. It’s an experience.
Go see the Parthenon. It is a replica of the one in Athens and was built for Nashville’s centennial and houses some great exhibits and a museum. It’s located in Centennial Park downtown, and if the weather is nice, have lunch at one of the nearby restaurants and eat out.
There are many great options for things to do in this area, from musical tours to bourbon tastings to plenty of musical performances. I don’t know what interests Dillon and his wife, but you can give him my contact details if I can answer questions or provide assistance.
What a great community you’ve created, Joe. I am proud to be part of it.
Who has experience with built-in grills?
• Wyn in Colorado writes:
Question for the screenshot community. I recently purchased a new house with a built-in grill. Any recommendations on how best to keep it clean? With a freestanding grill, I almost never cleaned it, but maybe once a year to clean off any charred food. I want it to stay nice and I could use all the maintenance best practices. Good grilling.
A message from the “old fools”
• Retired Geoff H. contacted me on LinkedIn with this:
Thanks for connecting. I love everything you do-TNML, screenshots, and your the view is awesome. I trust the future will be fine with young people like you and Clay taking over for us old jerks!
Do you attend concerts?
• Jonathan S. writes:
Let’s add to the SC discussion the best concerts you’ve been to and the ones you’re currently going to.
More tips for Danny H. in Alabama
• Math professor Ron L. in Georgia writes:
Wow! What a day to miss screenshots due to end of course tests. As a teacher for over 20 years now, the only thing I could say to Danny was try to find a new school in the district that wouldn’t make you feel like you were walking on eggshells every days. Believe it or not, some kids really need a stern father figure who isn’t afraid to tell it like it is! I’ve been that guy dozens of times!! If teaching is truly his passion and his superintendent or district isn’t helping him, it’s time to find a new district or a new profession.
It must be hard though. I feel bad for Danny H. professionally.
Hats will be restocked SOON!
• Guy G. writes:
I thought I read ScreenCaps every day. How did I miss the hats? I don’t see it in stores either! What is happening here?!?!?
You threw away the first batch of TNML hats ordered in April and now there’s been a restock. Keep checking hats. I will remind Marketing and T-Shirt Manager Olivia G. to let me know when they are back in stock so I can send out a BREAKING NEWS alert.
Again, they are OUT OF STOCK (again) right now. Hang tight.
On tailgating and TVs
• Sam L. writes:
So I cooperate a tailgate for UGA games. Our neighbors bring their 50 to 65 inch televisions. I went the spotlight route. Originally it was a white sheet in front of a black sheet. Projector at the time was less than 3k candles. So we draped tarps over the pop-up tent for shade.
Later, a great tailgate mate donated an old-fashioned projector screen. Around the same time, I bought a 4k candle projector with an ultra-wide lens. So the projector was only a few feet in front of the screen (so good for the day). At night games, it’s like a drive-in movie theater.
People ask why I couldn’t bring a television. The screen and the projector scroll well. I would be afraid that my television would be damaged during the trip.
Of course, if you make a trip to Athens this fall, let me know…….
Great job by Sam creating a tent setup deep enough to make it dark enough for the spotlight. It looks like a great setup. The only problem I see with tailgating the Dawgs is that I think about how many times in a day I will have to call the Dawgs.
Is it an all day thing? I don’t mind calling Dawgs here and there, but rest assured I’m not gonna chew up a chicken wing with gravy all over my face and roll a Dawg and ask me to join the Callin’ all in sauce.
do hard things
• John S. writes:
My 72 year old father builds a boat.
He is a retired accountant but has a bit of woodworking in his past. He and I have been helping friends and family (mostly labor) build a few houses and hunting cabins, but he’s building the boat solo.
Keep the updates coming, John. I’ll speak for the community here: we want pictures of dad in that boat this summer.
On my recent flurry of LinkedIn followers
• Matthew F. writes:
Just a reminder…
I will say this: The Screencaps followers who have infiltrated my LinkedIn page have been great. I haven’t had a single solicitation to buy a self-help VHS or unsolicited advice on what crypto I should buy. I’m still waiting for Tony C. in Louisville to explain to me exactly what I’m supposed to do on this social media app in addition to updating people on my resume which rarely changes.
On Magnum on the plate
• Brian L. in Dickson City, Pennsylvania writes:
I came across it tonight on Facebook. This is Tom Selleck at bat for the Detroit Tigers in spring training against VOS Cincinnati Reds.
Tom Selleck doesn’t look so bad up there.
If only we could have had a spring training match between Kevin Costner and Tom Selleck in the 1990s. Truly epic!
Are there any modern players who could win this battle with a Major League pitcher? I draw blanks.
And with that, I have to run. It’s been a busy morning working on a quick project for another team member and now I have to go to a Zoom meeting, check my LinkedIn account because you guys are hammering this and all sorts of other stuff administrative.
Those of you who sent standing desks… I haven’t forgotten you. Busy busy busy!
Have a great day across this great country and earn a few bucks to spend on Keno night with your boys at the bar.
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