The cheapo thermostat on the bedroom furnace decided to start acting up. The furnace would start but would not fire the propane for heat. After about three minutes of running, it would shut off. The only way I could get it to supply heat was to set the thermostat to 70 degrees but that is too warm for us. So I ended up using the galley furnace and had to heat the entire coach in order to get some sleep.
Today I dug out another thermostat that I had and swapped out the bad one in the bedroom, everything is working good now.
As we left our free camp that was located on the Trace, we came upon the Meriwether Lewis grave.
The Inn where Lewis met his death.
Meriwether Lewis Home
As we moved on we came across this old Tobacco Farm along the Trace
Tobacco Farm Barn where the leaves were hung to dry.
A view from an overlook along the Trace.
A section of the old Trace towards the end in Tennessee
Mac running away!!!!!!
Mac changing his mind.
As we came closer to the end of the Trace in Tennessee, the flowering trees became more common.
The Birdsong Hollow Bridge that we crossed, and wow what a cross wind that hit us.
We are now about nineteen miles east of Nashville. We plan on traveling into Nashville for a look tomorrow.