1880 Newbury House at Historic Rugby
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... trip we took was to Cane Falls. Not knowing how far it was to the bottom of this large waterfall, we took off on the trail. This was an adventure that we weren't sure we could make!! It was a very long distance down to the bottom and as you can see by the pictures, there were many rock walls and steps. ...
... with her. This is a great location and we had a great time hiking. Her phone app said we took over 10,000 physical steps during this hike...that is a lot of walking. We had a great day. The weather was wonderful...and we had our buggie spray to ward off the unwanted buggie ...
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Sunday, May 4, 2014, Tony and I was ...
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DAY TRIP: about 2 1/2 hrs from Nashville one way and about 30 minutes south of Oneida, Tn
... ONLY grows in the Big South Fork of the Cumberland watershed in Pickett, Fentress, Morgan and Scott counties in Tennessee and McCreary county in Kentucky. Hazard Cave isn't a typical Tennessee "cave" it's more what we call an "overhang" or an "Indian Rockhouse".
A big one, probably the biggest one I have seen in Tennessee. ...