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Tennessee Wineries - 04/25/07 11:49 PM
Tennessee has some Wonderful wineries! Take a weekend drive through this Gorgeous state and stop of at some of the many tasteful wineries along the way. Here is a bit of Tennessee wine country history as well as a list of their location and web sites. During the late 1800s, vineyards were flourishing in Tennessee, mostly in areas that were believed to be unsuitable for other agricultural uses. At the time, it appeared that grape-growing would become one of Tennessee's most important cash crops. However, Prohibition all but ended this promise in 1919. It is just within the last quarter (3 comments)
Shiloh Country, Tennessee - 04/24/07 11:00 AM
Whether you are considering investing, building a dream cabin, a weekend hide-a-way, or putting down permanent roots, this is one opportunity you will want to act on RIGHT NOW! Shiloh Country is nestled on the Cumberland Plateau and features some of the most scenic property in Tennessee. Natural and unspoiled views that go for miles, makes this real estate some of the most desirable anywhere. Shiloh Country offers you and your family a beautiful place to experience the essence of mountain country while enjoying all that Tennessee has to offer. Shiloh Country directly borders the West Fork Obey River, which helps crate Dale (1 comments)
Crossville Tennessee Golf - 04/19/07 06:15 PM
Crossville, Tennesse proudly wears the name "Golf capital of Tennessee" Offering dozens of golf courses with lake, mountain and TN forest views. Listed below you will find some of our great courses and a link to their site. Welcome to Crossville and Happy Golfing. Crossville, TN Golf Courses Deer Creek Golf Club, Deer Creek Course 18 holes over 6,251 yards with a par of 72 (Public) 445 Deer Creek DrCrossville, TN 38571-0281(931) 456-0178 4 miles from center of Crossville. Bear Trace At Cumberland Mountain, Bear Trace Course 18 holes over 6,900 yards with a par of 72 (Public) 407 Wild Plum LnCrossville, TN (3 comments)
TENNESSEE . Did you know? - 04/17/07 09:42 PM
Elvis Presley's home called Graceland is located in Memphis and is the most visited house in the country after the White House. The "Guinness Book of World Records" list the Lost Sea in Sweetwater as the largest underground lake in the United States. Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, first broadcast in 1925 as the "Barn Dance" is the world's longest-running live radio show. Hundreds of thousands of people attend yearly to hear country-and western music Nashville is the site of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The name of origin of Tennessee is of Cherokee origin; the exact meaning (7 comments)
YOUR LARGEST ONLINE MARKETING CHOICE! Need help selling or buying a home? Looking for Real Estate? Contact me today. CHRISTINA WILLIAMS "Your Tennessee Contact" (931) 510-0859 . Office: (877) 456-5448 mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org (4 comments)
Tennessee Walking Horse - 04/15/07 03:12 PM
The Tennessee Walking Horse, a member of the light breeds of the equine family, is no mystery horse, nor is there anything of magic or difficult to understand about his makeup. It is a composite breed that evolved from the Narragansett Pacer, Canadian, Morgan, Standard-bred, Thoroughbred and American Saddle-bred. These bloods were fused into one animal in the middle Tennessee bluegrass region, resulting in one of the greatest pleasure, show and trail riding horses. The result, over countless years, was the Tennessee Walking Horse - the first breed of horse to bear a state name. For those who think the Walking Horse (2 comments)
Calling S.O.S. To all Realtors! - 04/15/07 10:07 AM
I have one question and I know the Active Rain community can help me! WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO RESPOND WHEN YOUR CLIENT INSISTS ON LISTING THEIR PROPERTY FOR WAY MORE THAN YOU KNOW IT WILL BE WORTH! EVEN AFTER YOU HAVE SHOWN THEM THE MARKET VALUE OF THE AREA? All responces will be much appreciated. Example: I have one client who would like to list there property for $15,000 more than the land in their neighborhood is currently listed for and selling for. Just because they think it is worth it when it is no different than the others. I (23 comments)
TENNESSEE CAVES - 04/13/07 07:57 PM
Tennessee is extremely rich in cave resources. If you live in the eastern two-thirds of the State, chances are you are quite familiar with cave entrances, sinkholes, disappearing or "losing" streams, voids, and springs. These landscape features, collectively known as "karst," are present because of Tennessee's interesting geology and abundant limestone. Mild organic acids, formed by the mixture of water with air and soil-borne carbon dioxide, readily dissolve limestone creating cracks and fissures. This process, working over the span of hundreds of thousands of years, has resulted in the current karst topography we see today. According to the Tennessee Cave Survey, (8 comments)
The Month of May brings Renaissance to Tennessee! - 04/11/07 10:12 PM
For the past five years I have looked forward to the month of May because the month of May to me in Tennessee means "The Tennessee Renaissance Festival!" Every weeked for the entire month the festival is open and 16th century England is alive in a deep wooded forest in Franklin Tennessee. The village is called Covington Glen. As you make your way through the open field you see the tiny opening of the forest doors. You cross a wooden bridge as castle guards greet you in their English tounges. Aromas of specialty foods and drinks, Sounds of renaissance musicians echo through (8 comments)
Places to go Camping in Tennessee - 04/11/07 09:41 PM
With the weather turning warmer and spring fever begins to step up. All I can think about is camping! Popping up a tent, smelling the fresh air, the crackle of the camp fire and all the wonderous sights and sounds of the forest. Here is a list of some great places to camp in Tennessee! Just click on the park name and your are directed to their site! Enjoy...
YOUR LARGEST ONLINE MARKETING CHOICE! Need help selling or buying a home? Looking for Real Estate? Contact me today. CHRISTINA WILLIAMS "Your Tennessee Contact" (931) 510-0859 . Office: (877) 456-5448 email@example.com http://christinawilliams8.point2agent.com (4 comments)
Dry land fish? Morel Mushrooms... - 04/11/07 09:19 PM
Awww those many damp spring mornings with my trusty stick. I would walk through the woods of my Grandfathers back yard pushing leaves and branches aside and search for the infamous Morel Mushroom AKA dry land fish! The flavor of these little gems when fryed in an iron skillet with a little salt and pepper still lingers on the memories of my taste buds. Morel mushrooms are highly desired and highly unusual. WHERE DO YOU FIND THEM? The most common place to find morels is in the woods. Morels like to come up around dead and decaying trees such as the Elm. Morels can be found near living Ash, Poplar, (10 comments)
Tennessee Swimming Holes. - 04/10/07 08:23 AM
REMEMBER THE DAYS OF SWIMMING? WELL SUMMER IS HERE AND YOUR NEVER TO OLD TO GO FOR A DIP. Find a swimming hole here! http://www.swimmingholes.org/tn.html Walland Tennessee Rugby Tennessee Day at the swimming hole Bo Melson, his 5-year-old son Dylan, and his pitbull Rex enjoy the cool water Friday in a swimming hole in the Tennessee River on Tennessee Valley Authority property in Valhermosa Springs. Ocoee River Fall Creek Falls State Park / Cane Creek Cascades Swimming hole. Old Swimming Hole. Early 1900's Even if you have tried to prepare for every possible problem, it is always possible that something unexpected will happen and you find yourself needing help. (4 comments)
Nature & Science of The Great Smoky Mountains - 04/05/07 03:34 PM
Biological diversity is the hallmark of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which encompasses over 800 square miles in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. No other area of equal size in a temperate climate can match the park's amazing diversity of plants, animals, and invertebrates. Over 10,000 species have been documented in the park: Scientists believe an additional 90,000 species may live here. Why such a wondrous diversity? Mountains, glaciers, and weather are the big reasons. The park is the largest federally protected upland landmass east of the Mississippi River. Dominated by plant-covered, gently contoured mountains, the crest of the Great Smokies forms (2 comments)
Building lot in Crossville's beautiful Lake Tansi - 04/04/07 01:28 PM
Two lots for one!Two for one! side by side wooded lots on cul-de-sac. Small running creek. Lake Tansi . Crossville, TN. $15,000 Call Christina Williams (931)510-0859 MLS#529891 Lake Tansi Village is located in Crossville, TN, high atop the Cumberland Plateau.Boasting the plateau's largest lake of 550 acres, Lake Tansi has plentyto offer its many members and guests. From relaxing at the beach, or at one of our lakeside cabins, to enjoying a round of golf on our beautiful 18-hole championship golf course, Lake Tansi is one of the most affordable community resorts in the country
FFG DORCHESTER GOLF LOT. "Build your retirement or vacation home"Wonderful homesite directly behind #15 Dorchester Golf Course and just minutes from the Country Club. Flowing creek tops off this beautiful lot. Don't miss out on this beauty. #530729 $29,900 Call Christina Williams (931)510-0859 Further information about the community below. Dorchester Country Club at Fairfield Glade Resort is a private golf course located in a secluded area within Fairfield Glade. Contact Christina Williams Today. 931-510-0859
YOUR LARGEST ONLINE MARKETING CHOICE! Need help selling or buying a home? Looking for Real Estate? Contact me today. CHRISTINA WILLIAMS "Your Tennessee Contact" (931) 510-0859 . Office: (4 comments)
SPOT LIGHT PROPERTIES: (LOT 6 CROSS DR . 1 ACR . GORGEOUS BUILDING LOT . $20,499) (LOT 2 & 3 DIVIDE TRL . 1 ACR . BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS . $16,500 EACH OR TWO FOR $30,000) Cumberland Lakes offers fantastic lake front living and lake access parks for owners. Cumberland Lakes is set on 1,800 gorgeous wooded acres offering relaxed country living in a tranquil natural setting, with large wooded lots and attractive common park areas. This secluded but not isolated lake community is located near the historic town of Monterey in the heart of the Cumberland Plateau. Only minutes from Crossville and Cookeville Tennessee. Surrounding a (4 comments)
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