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... hills, auburn leaves and some stunning mountain peaks.
Once arriving at the farm we hopped onto the back of tractor trailer and were towed around the fields, weaving between livestock, hay bails and pumpkins. We chose the pumpkin from the field and hopped back aboard.
We were all tired so headed home for an early night.
The following day was sunny and cool, perfect picnic weather. The guys wanted to show us their favourite part ...
... we had to stop coz it was raining so hard was so hard we couldn't see where we were going We stopped at this little hotel and they gave us free coffee and let us use the restroom, they were so lovely. Off to get something to eat then on to Nashville tomorrow baby!!! Love and miss you all loads ...
... as the new Top Secret: From Proton Beams to Utopian Dreams trail from the Tennessee Department of Tourism, the Hungry History Buff motorcycle trail, and the North Cumberland Scenic Byway.
There is also the Northern Tour of Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau Nature Trail, a driving trail which explores fifteen unique outdoor sites in ...
... 39;Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">On Sunday, May 4, 2014, Tony and I was driving from Oneida to Rugby, Tn on the back roads and we we were in the Big South Fork National River and Recreational area when we saw a sign for the Burnt Mill Bridge River Access Park with bathroom and picnic signs.
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While meagerly populated due to poor farming soil, the river was a hospitable fishing and hunting area for trappers and pioneers. Today, the Obed stretches along the Cumberland Plateau and offers visitors ...