This is the same barn as #25, but it just has a little different manipulations in the colors.
This barn is almost on the road. I think at one time it might have been a working farm and the road was just built right through it. The barn is in disrepair but at a glance it looks like it might be used for storage of outdoor equipment. I can’t imagine it being weather proof.
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The best medicine for a nasty headache? A HIKE! Yes, Indeed. It did nothing for my headache but wow what gorgeous scenery. Long Hunter State Park is located in the southern rim of Davidson County where it meets Wilson County near Mt. Juliet.
Long Hunter is a smallish park but it has several trails of varying lengths. My choice trail today was the four mile loop Volunteer Trail located on the opposite side of the road from the main park. I have hiked this several times but never alone and when you hike alone you do miss the company but you do not miss the scenery. This trail meanders through thick woods and along the shoreline of Percy Priest Lake—during this time of the year you can see the lake from just about anywhere on the trail but obviously as the spring and summer blooms the all encompassing view trickles down to just shoreline view when you get to it.
The wildflowers were beginning to poke through and even the leaves are beginning to bud, but tonight it calls for light snow and I hope that it does not kill them.
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This is my baby basset hound….well she’s not really a baby anymore but she still acts like a puppy. Katie Bug
This is the same lovely barn as #23 but at a different angle so you get a totally different perspective.
I spotted this barn in a valley on a lonesome highway between Lawrenceburg and Pulaski Tennessee.
This beautiful barn was located on a hillside between Lawrenceburg and Pulaski on Tennessee Highway 64. The way the barn is positioned on the slope makes this one of my favorite barns so far.
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On my way to Lawrenceburg, I spotted the entrance to Stillhouse Hollow Falls just outside of Columbia on Highway 43. I’ve always known the falls were here I’ve just never had the time to see them so today I took a few minutes to walk the short walk back to the falls.
They were nice. It is a very short walk to see such beauty. Everyone must go.
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….another shot of the great barn at The Hermitage