Franklin and Carnton

One of my favorite towns in Tennessee, is Franklin.  It is a fast growing community, that prides itself in its history and small town feel.  Throughout the year, it hosts many different festivals and crafting fairs; my favorite is the 4th of July festivities. One of my favorite locations, in Franklin, is Carnton.  Carnton, is […]

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Natchez Trace Parkway | Part II

When my family and I first moved to the Nashville area, one of our first outings was to the Natchez Trace Parkway.  Click here to see that post.  When we 1st drove The Trace, we weren’t exactly sure what to expect.  So the second time around, I was better prepared for our day trip. This trip, […]

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Jack Daniel’s Distillery

🎶 Chris Stapleton | Tennessee Whiskey 🎶 About an hour and a half south of Nashville, lies the warm world that is Jack Daniel’s.  Jack Daniel’s is a Tennessee staple, in the Whiskey world, and it has been around since 1864.  The Distillery, located in Lynchburg, is where they have been crafting this nectar of the […]

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Buttercup Festival

My sister, Mom and I have been in Nashville for about a month now, and I can’t believe how much this area has to offer. We have found free things to do almost every Saturday, since we have been here.  This past weekend we went to Historic Nolensville, for their annual Buttercup Festival; complete with […]

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Nashville City Cemetery

Walking through the Nashville City Cemetery, is like walking through the history of Nashville itself.  This cemetery, that dates back to 1820, has founders, doctors, politicians, African Americans, soldiers, and Nashvillian families buried here.  Restorations and preservation has taken place throughout the years, but it wasn’t until 2006 that the city leaders began to seriously […]

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