Greyhound buses are defined by the homeless who ride.We defined the trip ...we had nobody ask us if we were homeless.We crossedover the tennesee state line and i did this holding my breath. i was with a friend and lover...he was my best friend and I his.we left a bad situation pointing at a map with a dart and we said Nashville and got off the bus.Crazy i looked at the station door and it was like something was pulling me to walk out. when i did joe my hubby was close behind and we both noticed the two street sugns that crossed each other...5th ave and Lafayette street. fate...he is from Lafayettee louisiana and 5th ave from nyc. where i was created.maybe we did pick the right road if we did then we better get on the our game after all we are out of our element back home we had respect but here nobody knows us we are simply joe and bizcut.we got into a massive arguement so we decided we were both overwhelmed with the experience of a new place or was it ...somehow i felt as if i had been here before but that isnt possible.Joe had never been anywhere but west Texas and he just did it on a work basis. he was like a little kid he was so excited about not being at the boring town of trouble we just had so many prob problems at first we tried really hard to make our lives new and we try really hard not to do bad things that we did back home but it never ended when it started when I started it was extreme chaos but everybody needs a little bit of Chaos and with chaos the cause of Chaos so as we're walking towards the right and this national parks just said we could camp there we didn't realize how much fun we were having we saw the river we saw the woods we saw people we saw a bathroom with a spider web but soon it was getting dark we didn't know if it was okay to camp we run into a ranger she tells us that it to State Park and that we cannot Camp there because after dark to park is closed and it's illegal by that time me and my hubby we're amazed at the amount of time we spent walking just to be shut down by a park ranger desperate I asked her what can we do we walked at the support we can't turn around and walk back we would never be out of the parking time and we probably feel rested our first night in Tennessee she said no worries I will call you in an Uber and it will take you to the first Walmart by Charlotte Pike you'll be okay there and I'll ask some people very if there's camping areas available he homeless there are very helpful to the new people that come through she seemed to know the homeless community in a little bit and was nice enough to call us an Uber Uber got there and was very nice about what it happened to us he decided to talk to us and kind of ease our minds a little bit about the people around here and told us how kind and nice they were and so we ease their mind a little bit but you couldn't believe that a park ranger paid that much money just to help us out and it's like a $50 ride from where we were to where she told the driver to bring us explain that to us and we felt like we were blessed because back home nobody would pay $50 to help out a homeless person no matter what
every once in awhile you would get the occasional rich person or business owner that would feel sorry for us and he and it's $100 bills but it didn't happen often in the state of Louisiana it was a lot of poverty there are we in the big cities like Lafayette and Baton Rouge people poor it was it illegal to Panhandle in Louisiana will be arrested for holding a sign but here in Tennessee you can hold the sign but not aggressively Panhandle but you can ask for help when she's something you didn't do back home. a nice a nice beginning what do you think do we have fun walking down to that River talking to them it was it was eye-opening and very entertaining and we now had a story to tell our home people and his parents in my mom my sister our first day in Tennessee was definitely an adventure.
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