I admit it. I have neglected my blog, but it has not been intentional. Like they say, “the road to hell is paved with good intentions.” They also say, “all good things come to an end.” (Do you ever wonder who “they” were? “They” sure have said a lot of things over the years!)
Now, let me tell you how we ended the Summer of 2013.
Shortly after The Rogers Group took our Academy of Architecture and Construction Board to tour their Louisville operations, the 2013-14 school year started. I had the pleasure of hosting the freshmen class of the Cane Ridge High School’s Academy of Architecture & Construction on a tour of one of our new home construction sites.
I cannot say enough good things about the new direction of the Academies of Nashville in all of our local High Schools. There are many great things happening throughout the system and I encourage everyone to get out there and take a look for yourself. You, too will be impressed, and probably want to get involved! After all, it is our city.
No summer can end without a little whitewater rafting! You owe it to yourself to sneak away for a few days and visit the Nantahala River, and the Nantahala Outdoor Center.
The area is pristine, with so much to do! This was my second time to visit and really enjoyed relaxing in our humble mountain abode.
I won’t bore you with the balance of our activities that ended the summer and will just say they were fun. On the last weekend of summer, Nashville hosted the First Annual Stand-Up Paddle-boarding Championship Event.
We were there on The Princess, headquarters for PaddleUpTn.com to cheer on Cindy Sorcer, Neil Newton, and Julie Ann Vanderpool.
One of the neat things about having our boat on the river at Rock Harbor Marina is seeing the many boats that transient our area. Is was simply amazing to see the motoryacht Elegante docked at Rock Harbor for a few weeks.
This yacht is incredible. Check out the you-tube video on this 1964 classic!
Well, that’s about it for the Summer of 2013. Thanks for reading!