Walnut Grove Bed and Breakfast

Address: 407 E. Franklin Avenue, Shelbyville, Tennessee, 37160, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 407 E. Franklin Avenue, Shelbyville, is near Tennessee Walking Horse Celebration.
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Travel Blogs from Shelbyville

Day 28

A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 08, 2015

2 comments, 21 photos

Well another dry day yippee. We left Chattanooga on the Interstate 24 ( they are long tree lined corridors, you do not see the country side ) leaving the 24 we joined state road 50, a much nicer route. Whilst driving to Lynchburg we crossed the time line, so now we are 6 hours behind you all. Arriving at The Jack Daniel Distillery, our tour was about an hour and half. More dates and information. Now was it 1836 or 1856! We have run out room in our ...

Go With The Flow!!!

A travel blog entry by tbuelt on May 30, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... However, there was graffiti all over the bridge wall. It would have been nice if someone would have spray painted, "hey RV folks, you'll fit under here"! Thank goodness it was still light outside or we'd still be trying to figure that one out! Picking out your RV spot is not as easy as it sounds. After driving around and trying to find the hook-ups that we needed we set up shop between two rather questionable trailers. Did you know that KOA campgrounds allow you to ...

Visiting with Jack

A travel blog entry by jlimina on Apr 03, 2015

4 photos

... into barrels. While most distilleries in Tennessee used the process at the time, it cost them both time and money and led to many eventually abandoning the practice for quicker profits. Call, however, was a true believer in the "Lincoln County Process" and it was most notable to his customers, who preferred the Minister’s whiskey to the others available in the region.
He taught Jasper the system along with his other working ...

Twelve Days in Murfreesboro

A travel blog entry by forsterb on Mar 29, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

Having arrived some twelve days ago in Murfreesboro, we've done quite a bit. I've been a little delinquent not keeping up my blog. To say we're in Murfreesboro is just a little incorrect. We're in a very, very, very small town called Bradyville. There's not really much in Bradyville other than one post office and that's about it. There's no traffic signal in town but there is a stop sign.

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Christmas Day & Southern Olympics

A travel blog entry by forsterb on Dec 25, 2013

13 photos

... jar lids down by the creek from what could have been an old cold cellar or out shed for some of their perishables many many years ago. Joe took us up the ridge to a very old barn or shed that was in itself pretty cool with hand forged beams and crude nails. We're not quite sure what the purpose of this was to be, way up in the woods but someone years ago put quite a bit of effort to put this structure up in between all the ...