My Own Private Nashville

The first time I saw this house, I about fell over. This, my friends, is the house I would live in, if I could. Well, after renovations. I’m sure the house has a good vibe, but I need central air, too.

The John Work House.

I love the bathrooms at the Ryman.

Ryman Auditorium.

When Zora Neale Hurston lived here with her brother, she lived somewhere in this block.

Lafayette Street.

In my dreams, I own this building.  I run an occult shop out of it.

Ooo, spooky!

And I walk up here to pay respects to Jack Macon, famous root worker.

The city cemetery.

I like this church, sitting on its narrow sliver of land.

Hurray!  Purity Milk.

Somewhere along here is Timothy Demonbreun’s cave.  I’ve never been able to find it.  And yet it’s supposedly on the national register of historic places.