Kind of a quiet (for us) month of March as we anxiously await spring to arrive.
| Editors note: unknowingly at the time, |
we also witnessed the last game
for the original Nashville predator i.e. the first draft pick
of the franchise, David Legwand,
who was traded to Detroit the next day.
3/6/14 - We attended another Preds game with Danny and Brenda vs. the St. Louis Blues. We had dinner at The Flying Saucer beforehand and walked from there to the game on a crisp, but clear evening in Music City. Sadly, we lost 2-1 in another hard-fought game against the Western Division leaders this time. Could of used Legwand maybe? We drowned our sorrows afterwards back at The Saucer.
|3/8/14 - It was a very nice early spring day down in Chattanooga today and we went for a family visit and took a walk across the beautiful and historic Walnut Street Bridge. We had a great dinner later that evening at Taco Mac.|
|Ashlee and our niece Ella high atop a hill in Renaissance Park in Chattanooga|
|Cool new outdoor artwork in Renaissance Park in Chattanooga.|
|March 9 - We started our Sunday with a delicious brunch at Chato Brasserie. This is their " Big Island" special of ground beef and fried rice covered in Shitaki mushroom sauce with a scrambled (per my call) egg on top. Yummo!|
|The beautiful weekend drew to a close as we headed back home from Chattanooga with a peaceful drive up good ol' Highway 111, a road we have traveled many, many times over the years.|