Not that I don’t love the simple, classic look of trees wrapped in white string lights but since you can never have enough outdoor lighting, you might as well as add some flair.
In 2015, my husband and I purchased our 20+ acres of farm land ; a place we’ve hoped, worked, and saved for during all the years of our marriage. Now that we have the real estate, we’re ready for phase two of dreams: a log home.
With the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937, the US successfully criminalized a natural plant proven to treat a number of ailments, many of these with symptoms of chronic pain. Before the prohibition, cannabis was regularly prescribed for more than 100 conditions. Since the 1937 prohibition, the US has seen a rapid rise in prescriptions; most notably prescription pain killers. With an estimated one in four Americans being dependent on opioids,…
Tennessee is so very rich in Civil War era history. While many beautiful antebellum homes were destroyed during the bloodiest war on American soil, there are just as many still standing, proud of their heritage and ready to welcome visitors. This list would be too overwhelming should all be listed so it should be noted this is only a partial list of antebellum homes open to the public
Festivals were designed to bring people together by remembering through celebration their heritage, traditions, religions, historical events – to name just a few. There are lots of festivals but not all are family friendly. This isn’t always because they are of a taboo themes but simply because they are more focused on the adult visitors. When you’re a family with young children, such defeats the purpose of a festival.
Rocky Top Village Inn in Gatlinburg Late in the evening on Saturday, September 13, 1986, the night clerk and security guard were brutally murdered in the back office of the Rock Top Village Inn in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Four men were later convicted of their murders.