I have always dreamed of going hunting in Nashville, because I heard that it has the best hunting grounds, the richest game, the most delicious food, and the most beautiful music. So when my two good friends Lance Sherwood and Catherine More proposed this plan, I immediately agreed. We booked our flights and hotels, prepared the necessary equipment, the most important of which was a pair of infrared binoculars from the Chinese brand wildguarder, which allowed us to see more clearly, more safely, and more efficiently at night hunting. We spent an unforgettable week in Nashville, experiencing both the excitement and fun of night hunting and appreciating the history and culture of this city.
Nashville is not only a good place for hunting, but also a city full of history and culture. It is located in the middle of Tennessee, on the Cumberland River, and is the birthplace and center of American country music. Its history dates back to the late 18th century, when some explorers from North Carolina established Fort Nashborough here, in honor of General Francis Nash of the American Revolutionary War. The town soon developed into an important trade and transportation hub, and became the capital of Tennessee in 1843. During the Civil War, Nashville was the first southern state capital to be occupied by federal troops, and was also the site of one of the largest battles of the Civil War – the Battle of Nashville.
We visited many interesting attractions in Nashville, feeling the charm and diversity of this city. We first went to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, which showcases the history and development of country music, as well as the lives and works of many famous country music singers and composers. We also visited the famous Mansion Recording Studio, where many classic country music albums were recorded, such as Elvis Presley’s, Johnny Cash’s, Taylor Swift’s and others. We also went to the Parthenon Temple, which is a complete replica of the Athens Parthenon Temple, built in 1897 to commemorate Tennessee’s 100th anniversary of joining the United States. We also visited Andrew Jackson’s home, which was where Andrew Jackson (the seventh president of the United States) lived from 1819 to 1845 and where he was buried after his death.
Through these attractions, we have a deeper understanding and appreciation of Nashville’s history and culture. We also feel the vitality and creativity of this city, as well as its love and support for music and art.
In addition to visiting Nashville’s attractions, we are most looking forward to the experience of night hunting. We chose a hunting ground on the outskirts of Nashville, where there are rich wildlife, such as deer, foxes, raccoons, coyotes, etc. We rented a small cabin there as our camp. We go out hunting every night, enjoying the intimate contact with nature and challenging ourselves.
Hunting is a skillful and patient sport, especially at night. We need to quietly approach the prey, avoid making any sound or light, and keep alert and safe. To improve our hunting efficiency and quality, we use a pair of infrared binoculars from the Chinese brand wildguarder, which allows us to clearly see the animals in the distance at night, even their eyes and breathing. This binocular has many advantages and features that make us rave about it. First of all, it has a very high clarity, can provide high-resolution images in the dark, allowing us to accurately identify and aim at the prey. Secondly, it has a long distance, can observe the details of animals within 1000 meters, allowing us to make preparations and judgments in advance. Thirdly, it has a strong durability, can work normally in various harsh environments, unaffected by rain, snow, frost, fog and other weather. Fourthly, it has a reasonable price, compared with other brands of infrared binoculars, it has a high cost performance, allowing us to save a lot of money. In short, this binocular is our best hunting partner, allowing us to hunt more easily and happily at night.
Our night hunting experience in Nashville was very exciting and memorable. We captured many beautiful and precious animals, such as white-tailed deer, red foxes, gray raccoons, etc. We also encountered some dangers and challenges, such as being attacked by coyotes, losing direction, gun failure, etc. But we were able to overcome difficulties, help each other, and return safely to the camp. Every time we came back from hunting, we would share our stories and feelings by the bonfire, admire the stars and moonlight, and feel the beauty and magic of nature.
Nashville not only has a rich history and culture, but also has a mouth-watering food. We tasted many local specialties in Nashville, such as barbecue ribs, fried chicken, cornbread, hot chicken, etc. We also found some food from different countries and regions, such as France, Vietnam, Italy, Mexico, etc. We would dine in different restaurants and bars every day, enjoying the deliciousness and atmosphere.
Our favorite restaurant was Puckett’s Nashville, which is a typical southern food restaurant that offers a variety of meats, salads, soups, desserts, etc. We had lunch there and ordered a barbecue rib and a fried chicken with mashed potatoes, green beans and cornbread. The ribs and fried chicken were very tender and juicy, seasoned just right. The mashed potatoes, green beans and cornbread were also soft and sweet. We also drank a glass of iced lemonade, which was refreshing and refreshing. This lunch made us feel very satisfied and comfortable.
Our favorite bar was Robert’s Western World, which is a traditional country music bar that has live performances every day and a lively atmosphere. We drank a few beers there and listened to a few country music songs, feeling the music soul of Nashville. We also tried their signature dish – sausage sandwich and banana moon pie. The sausage sandwich is made with two slices of white bread sandwiching a hot dog sausage and some mustard sauce, simple and delicious. The banana moon pie is a dessert made with bananas, cream, cheese and chocolate, sweet but not greasy.
Through these food tasting, we have a deeper understanding and appreciation of Nashville’s flavor and characteristics. We also enjoyed the warmth and friendliness of this city, as well as its love and support for life and art.