A few years back we decided to take the lazy man’s route around one of our local state parks. It was a fun fall experience, offering some Tennessee history while taking a hayride through Edgar Evins State Park. The pictures you see here were taken last year, but I recently discovered ...
September 9, 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
Knoxville Tennessee is a special city and April 21st, 2018 will be a special Saturday. The most talented student and professional artists will once again turn the city sidewalks into colorful canvases during one of Knoxville’s favorite events. The Dogwood Arts ChalkWalk is held within the heart of downtown in Market ...
March 30, 2018Carol
Each year historic Granville Tennessee selects a theme that exemplifies a period in United States history. For this year (2018) “Strolling Through the 1950s: Let the Good Times Roll” has been selected. Unofficial opening on March 7th with events planned all year, the official Grand Opening is on Saturday, April 14th ...
March 19, 2018Carol
'Tis the season and I thought I would take the “off-the-beaten-path” approach and search for a hidden Holiday activity gem that would be enjoyed by the whole family. And yes, I found it. Discovery Park America is a bit out of the way (Nashville is approximately 2 hours southeast), but more ...
November 29, 2017Carol
Fall is approaching, and the colors of the season are truly breathtaking. A unique way to view and enjoy the fall foliage is on one of Tennessee’s lakes and rivers in a Kayak or Canoe. Kayaks are used for fishing or for recreational access to the ...
September 7, 2017Carol