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Escape!

Last Saturday, Doc Dave and I gathered with a group of friends to participate in The Escape Game Nashville.  This activity bills itself as the best escape game in America.  Lacking any experience to compare it with, I’d vote for it … Continue reading

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April is coming! Things to do in Tennessee….

T.S. Elliott famously wrote in a poem that “April is the cruelest month”, but he surely wasn’t writing about Tennessee.  Here, April is not only gloriously beautiful. but also lots of fun.  Here are some activities you can do to get … Continue reading

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Nashville’s Car

If you live in Nashville in 2018, you know Marathon Village (Marathon Motor Works) as one of Nashville’s creative and cultural hotspots.  Housed within renovated, neighboring, historic factories are shops, recording studios, artists’ and photographers’ workshops, a radio station, a … Continue reading

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Rethreads…

Check out Columbia’s reuse and recycle program now going on.  The end date is March 20th.  It’ s a great time to clean out a closet and to give back a little.

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Pour, Stir, and Bake…Nashville’s Soberdough

Tonight, I am going to make some Honey Bread by the Nashville outfit known as Soberdough.   I have used this before, so trust me when I say that it is the easiest bread I have ever made.  All you … Continue reading

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Cleo Comments

    Cleo, the Tennesse poodle, recommends these spots for the pooch around town:  I love it when my humans take me to Barkwood Dog Park, which is located at the back of Tower Park. Sponsored by Mars Petcare, Barkwood … Continue reading

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Stuck inside? In Tennessee, that’s no excuse for not having fun!

It happens to all of us at one time or another.  We’d love to get out and about, but circumstances won’t permit us to.  Perhaps, it’s the weather.  Maybe, it’s an illness. It could be simply that the body is … Continue reading

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Rocking (or Jazz-ing) at the Ryman!

Something’s always happening at the Ryman Auditorium!  Here is Doc Dave at the Bela Fleck and Chic Chorea concert on April 17th.  Our children gave us tickets, and we are thankful to them for treating us to a delightful evening. … Continue reading

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My three faves for surviving Tennessee pollen…

What a beautiful time of year!!  Tennessee springs are glorious.  Unfortunately, many of us can’t enjoy these mild days and lush landscapes because we are sneezing, coughing, or battling red and itchy eyes.  We are fortunate to live in a … Continue reading

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Did you know?

The only person in U.S. history to be both an admiral in the navy and a general in the army was born in Tennessee.  His name was Samuel Perry “Powhaten” Carter.  He was born August 6, 1819 in Elizabethton.

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