Country Hearth Inn of Shelbyville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... for all the necessities to sustain the life of seven people. Similar to last year there has been a bit of a lady bug blight in this neck of the woods. They seem to be strategically situated throughout the house that has taken just a little getting use to.
We've taken some nice walks down the local country roads and explored Keli & Joe's crick that runs through their eighty-five odd acres. ...
... be, so we headed over to Krystals and picked up 2 x 24 packs of cheesburgers or as they are known locally - "gut bombs from hell".
It's good to see the smile on Deborah's face, smiling from ear to ear every time she sees Keli or the grands - I'm glad Deb's Home.
We made a little side trip south of Nashville today to taste some of Jack Daniels finest. We had a 2 hour tour around the old distillery and learned a lot about the history and process of their whiskey. After the tour we tried the gentleman's whiskey, black label, and single barrel. Cool fact - Jack ...
... that where the door to the Cottage was it had a Two foot drop off. This was a new problem for us. Check out the picture on how we had to solve it. We visited the Old Stone Fort ~ an Indian settlement. We said a prayer while crossing the one way bridge both on the way in and the way out.