Wordless Wednesday Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site, Johnson City, Tennessee

http://www.Tipton-Haynes.org/

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5 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site, Johnson City, Tennessee

  1. Is this the area you live in?…gorgeous. My husband and I were just looking at homes online in Johnson City. We are looking all over the place, thinking about moving out of Arizona. We definitely have to leave the city at least, still have our little house up north in the woods. My husband wants some dirt to grow things on and room for his chickens and maybe a couple cows. It’s hard to grow things here in the desert. When l look at homes in the south I see how green everything is and it’s so pretty. We have green forest and lakes/creeks up north but there are always wildfires now.

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    1. Johnson City is about 2 hours from me but still East Tennessee so it looks the same. Right now it is really green because we have had so much rain. And I may be a bit biased but I believe it is the most beautiful place. We have the mountains and the lakes. Middle Tennessee, Nashville area is fairly flat and then West Tennessee, Memphis area is really flat with no mountains at all. You should definitely check it out.

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  2. Well, it looks amazing. We get lots of sunshine here in Arizona and there are places up north where there is green, in the mountain areas. We have high, high cliffs too, which can be frightening when driving on them, especially the ones not paved with small dirt roads. Like driving down to the Grand Canyon, which you can’t do, you can only helicopter down in or hike in…or mules. I have always wondered what it would be like to live in the green mountain areas of Tennessee. It is so beautiful there.

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