The Halds arrived in the afternoon and over supper of steak, German potato salad and asparagus, we rethunk our plans for the weekend. Dire weather forecasts for Nashville resulted in cancellation of camping reservations and the BBQ contest judging. We secured our present sites for two more nights and settled in.
Friday morning, I managed to eke out enough water for a pot of coffee before the trickle completely disappeared. Butch investigated and found the water frozen at the campground spigot. Much of the water in our hose was also frozen but the trailer plumbing appeared to be okay. Whew. He unhooked the hose and hoped the sun would do it's work. It was clear that no amount of singing "Let It Go" was going to take care of the problem. By noon we had water again.
Today is the 50th anniversary observance in Selma forty miles away. We will not brave the traffic and the crowds but hope to see Air Force One pass over head. We may take in some sites in Montgomery. The Rosa Parks Museum, F. Scott Fitzgerald Home and Chet Atkins Museum are all possibilities.