On a cool March Friday in 1972, John Wallace checked out his four seat airplane at the Charlie Brown Airport in Atlanta for a flight to Tennessee. The plan was for John's wife Youlanda, and their children Paul and Erika along with Art Smith, and Jack Pace to drive up ...
June 16, 2018Carol
On Saturday June 9th, 2018 Tennessee opens all access fishing at no fee. The purpose is to promote the sport and allow friends and family the opportunity to fish and enjoy all the countless beautiful lakes, rivers, and streams that Tennessee offers. In addition, children ages 15 and younger may ...
May 17, 2018Carol
Tennesseans love their horses and now that warm sunshine days and balmy evenings are approaching, it’s once again time to get out-of-doors and enjoy our diverse trails, park lands and lakes. Seeing the sights on horseback offers a special, highly enjoyable experience. Either the accomplished rider or a novice can ...
April 30, 2018Carol
Spring is almost here, and fishing tournaments are on the Tennessee angler’s mind. Fishing is good year-round in Tennessee, because of this fishing tournaments are a common occurrence. The following chart is helpful to know what and were to fish the first six months of the year....
March 2, 2018Carol
Spring is the best time of year to explore Tennessee waterfalls. The late winter thaw and early spring rains combine to substantially increase the water flow and heighten the beauty and grandeur of Tennessee’s waterfalls. It is the perfect opportunity for hikers, day trekkers, and shutterbugs to capture the most ...
February 19, 2018Carol
The many available driving trails are a fun and leisurely way to experience Tennessee. They are an unhurried stress-free introduction to scenic views and endless recreational possibilities. The following top five are re-presented from the top ten scenic drives found at: https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/top-10-scenic-drives-in-tennessee No. 5 – The Snake...
February 6, 2018Carol
Rich in Tennessee history, Natchez Trace Parkway was established as a unit of the National Park Service in 1938. Today however, visitors can experience the 10,000 miles of scenic beauty and recreational opportunities this National Scenic Byway offers by driving, biking, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and camping. Also called the ...
January 6, 2018Carol
From the Appalachians through Middle Tennessee fine trout fishing prospects abound year after year. Plus, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) biologists continually consider management options that improve opportunities, and some already fine fisheries only promise to get better. Rainbows that commonly weigh 7 or 8 pounds are caught using troll ...
November 8, 2017Carol
Horse owners and lovers of horses come far and wide to enjoy the guest horse and dude ranches located in middle Tennessee. Most ranches are designed for horse owners who can bring their equine friends with them to share in a western style vacation escape. Most are open year-round and ...
October 22, 2017Carol
As Christmas approaches the Tennessee Tech University satellite campus – The Appalachian Center for Craft hosts a Holiday Festival that offers the public the opportunity to view and purchase unique creations by affiliated artists and craftsmen. The craft center has up to twenty-five exhibitions annually that include works of regional, ...
October 16, 2017Carol