Henry Horton State Park Inn
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... whiskey still he operated on the Louse River near his store.
Like most Tennesseans of his day, he employed the ancient Scots-Irish traditions of whiskey-making, but Call had been developing a system of distillation that was unique to his own brand.
In those days, most whiskey that was made and sold was clear in color or flavored with caramel, which gave it the amber look most associated with the drink. It was only aged a few days at ...
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.
... 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.
... is only made in this distillery, and they basically own half of the county to house the barrels. We must have passed 10 huge barrel houses - each one holding about three million gallons of whiskey. The government gets about 8 million every 2 weeks in taxes from them. Now we're off to Hot Springs ...
Our last breakfast at the B&B. Everyday a new place setting & menu for breakfast. Lovely & tasty! Packed up the car & said our goodbyes to our hosts, Mark & Kari & assistants Ashley & Robin. Such nice friendly people .... Made our stay very enjoyable. We decided to take the interstate back to Nashville, rather than a more scenic route & take the chance of arriving late for our Grand Ole Opry date. We ...