Fifth Generation Farm

Address: 4564 N. Bear Wallow Rd, Nashville, Indiana, 47448, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 4564 N. Bear Wallow Rd, Nashville, is near Brown County Winery, The Daily Grind, Coachlight Musical Theatre, and FigTree Gallery and Coffee Shop.
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Travel Blogs from Nashville

The Waiting Game

A travel blog entry by lscully on May 20, 2015

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Thanks to our dear friend Bruce, we're ready and patiently waiting at the gate for the leg to Newark. As usual, JR goofed on the security personnel as we were being screened through. I asked if she wanted to go to Ireland with me and she threatened to detain him in Indy so she could go with. ,) And...,,, the wait continues. Our 6:55 departure for Dublin from ...

Packing Lightly, or How to Prevent

A travel blog entry by lscully on May 19, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

The Airline From Losing Your Luggage. Devotees of Rick Steves, whose illegitimate son Steve works in our office we swear to heavens, JR and I are attempting the 'one carry on and one backpack' approach to traveling this time. No checked bags for us; TJ made this same trip last summer and spent the first two of his three weeks with ...

Pre-Hike Setup

A travel blog entry by joe3523 on Mar 26, 2015

Mitch and I left for Crooked Creek Parking parking lot, Yellowwood State Forest, after work to drop my car off at the end of the trail, well 2 miles shy of the end. We got to Morgan-Monroe State Forest around 8:00 PM and setup camp at the campground. We were the only campers that night and was fortunately the only night we had rain.
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Day 3

A travel blog entry by joe3523 on Mar 22, 2015

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... but not within 4 miles of the car.

There were no detours today but today was probably the worst hiking day due to all the roads and my knee and foot hurting. The end of the trail, 2 miles out from the car and 2 miles back, was well worth the trip. The end may even be a good starting point to camp at and start off from on our next pass thru. I believe we ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by joe3523 on Mar 21, 2015

2 comments, 25 photos

... and I started to have foot and knee issues. I later found that my hiking boots were ready to be retired, lack of tread and sole. We stopped for water at an unmarked creek and at lunch for approximately 30 minutes.

We decided to setup camp within the Yellowwood State Park campgrounds as the the grassy open area describe online by the Hoosier ...

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