A while back, SoonerP226 mentioned that he would really like to see some photos of the Natchez Trace Parkway that were taken by me. At the time, I figured that I would rather do that in the Fall so as to get the Autumn colors. We are currently in Tennessee doing a short job for the company that the wife and I work for in the summer. We spent the night in Memphis last night, and this morning, we decided we didn't want to go from Memphis to Nashville on I-40, but take a scenic route (US-64) east from Memphis and then go north to Franklin, where our hotel reservations were made. Anyway, we got over east and came across the Natchez Trace Parkway, so we decided to take that route instead of the we originally planned. Even though it was threatening rain (and later did rain), we managed to stop and I took some pictures. It looks like the database we need to do this job won't be available until about Friday, so we could have another couple of days to explore the NTP some more. This is the house in which Meriweather Lewis died. He was buried a short distance from this house and some time later, someone erected a monument over his burial site. There are various trails along the NTP, which this is just one. Some of the trails take one right down to the actual Trace itself.