HearthStone Bed and Breakfast

Address: 2308 Northridge Drive, Jefferson City, Tennessee, 37760, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2308 Northridge Drive, Jefferson City, is near Ramsay Cascade.
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Travel Blogs from Jefferson City

Day 3 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Loop

A travel blog entry by geolis07 on Jun 30, 2015

8 photos

It looked like it was going to rain today but after we looked at the weather we decided a short ride or getting a little wet was better than riding in the truck or sitting around today. We briefly debated going to the train ride in Bryson City but we all slept in a little late after last night and it would have been a rush to get there in time. We ended up getting a late start (shortly after noon) but headed out on the bikes because we came here to ride after all. We got in almost ...

Back of the Dragon

A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 15, 2015

61 photos

Lots of Pictures- Get a feel for the road. I took I 77 west to the tunnel which crossed into West Virginia and took SR-598 to Bluefield where you see the first great vista. 598 hits 19 s to Tazweil where Rt. 16 starts, "The Back of the Dragon". Wow what a ride. I followed 16 to Rt. 58 at the Log Cabin Store in the pictures. Rt. 58 was a surprise because I was expecting rolling curves and country riding ...

A "Great" Day

A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 13, 2015

4 comments, 34 photos

... that some of these folks were drovers who were hired by the livestock owners to tend their herd. They lived in modest wooden, one room shacks.

In all, we saw three churches along this loop, each with its own graveyard. Not all of them were the size of the first church, but they all were fairly good sized, so religion was alive and well here in the 1800s. Another interesting thing was that we found grave markers at all three cemeteries with ...

Hello Dolly

A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 12, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... said they did take it out several years ago but it is being put back in. Good news! That’s it from me… back to Jim.

Later in the afternoon we headed over to the pool to cool off a bit. It is upper 80s here but the humidity isn’t awful, so it is manageable. There is a nice breeze and the coach is mostly shaded so it isn’t too bad inside the coach.

The pool was pretty busy. There were a dozen kids in the pool ...

TICVILLE

A travel blog entry by jabbiemontgogo on Apr 21, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... country boy hubo was both in denial and totally grossed out. City girl here plucked that fat blood sucker off and we promptly high tailed it to WalMart to buy tic stuff, all while I'm ribbing about who calmly picked the tic off of our dog's ass. This totally ruined jammie day. Fast forward to Debbie finding a tic on her leg and who was grossing out!?!?!?!?! Where the you know what are we? We both now ...