Stone Door at South Cumberland State Park

Stone Door at South Cumberland State Park

We recently took a quick trip to South Cumberland State Park and hiked to the Great Stone Door. This was a an fairly easy 1.6 mile out and back hike. The Great Stone Door at South Cumberland State Park and together with the Savage Gulf Area they make up about 55 miles...
Bluegrass Underground Allen Stone Concert Review

Bluegrass Underground Allen Stone Concert Review

As I said in a previous post, Bluegrass Underground is a must see venue.  333 feet below the surface in McMinnville, TN, this natural concert hall provides the perfect setting for intimate shows. Recently, when an Allen Stone concert was announced for Bluegrass...
Chattanooga Day Trip – A Quick visit to Scenic City

Chattanooga Day Trip – A Quick visit to Scenic City

We try to spend most of our time in Middle Tennessee, but occasionally we get the urge to venture a little further. Recently we spent a day in Chattanooga, TN.  There is a lot to do in this city, and only being there for one day we didn’t get to really do much...
Rutledge Falls – Tullahoma’s Hidden Gem

Rutledge Falls – Tullahoma’s Hidden Gem

Tucked away in Tullahoma, Tennessee on private property, Crumpton Creek drops 40 feet at Rutledge Falls and flows west to Normandy Lake. Open to the public by the owners, this chilly water provides much needed relief in Tennessee’s hot Summers for the swimmers...
5 Reasons you should drive the Natchez Trace

5 Reasons you should drive the Natchez Trace

The Natchez Trace Parkway is an amazing road.  Stretching 444 miles from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee this road takes you somewhere else.  Sure there are other scenic roads in the US, but none like the Natchez Trace.  My family tries to make a trek...

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