Cottages At Bear Hollow

Address: 11885 US Highway 41, Monteagle, Tennessee, 37356, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 11885 US Highway 41, Monteagle, is near Monteagle Sunday School Assembly, Dyer County Veterans' Walk of Fame, and Natural Bridge State Natural Area.
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Travel Blogs from Monteagle

Aug 30th and 31st - Franklin and heading away

A travel blog entry by mazk on Aug 30, 2015

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... and fries. Lots of laughing and another great catch up, so glad
we have managed to fit in seeing so many people.

We spent the night in a sugar coma, Ben
crashed at 6pm and slept through the night and we all felt very full
and worn out. Next time I might have to get something savoury!

August 31st – day 119

I spent the morning clearing the

The Green, Green Hills of Tennessee

A travel blog entry by lindagraves on Oct 28, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

Hi Again We arrived in the southeastern section of Tennesee to visit my friend, (and the sister of my children's father), at the home she and her husband Charlie built last year. Val was, and always will be, my beloved sister-in-law. Like me Valerie grew up in San Gabriel, California, about 12 miles from LA. After her mother died Val and Charlie realized their dream of a piece of land and a new home ...

State Park Campground

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers on Sep 01, 2014

5 photos

... 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.

Old Stone Fort State Park

A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on Jun 22, 2014

60 photos

... lead way I want to allow her..While we were suiting up for the hiking and spraying off with the OFF with Deet bug spray, Tony and Noel went into the visitors center and museum (no doggies allowed in here)

First United Methodist Church

A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on Jun 22, 2014

10 photos

... The final dedication came in 1889 when the $18,000 construction cost was liquidated and all building debts were paid.
Today, the sanctuary remains almost unchanged. Some interior work was done to reconfigure the chancel rail and pipe organ some years ago, and the original hanging light fixtures have been replaced with new ones. Some of the woodwork has been painted, but the beautiful stained glass windows and the pews ...