Category Archives: NE Tennessee

Totter Well

We live at the roots of the Holston mountain range, which basically means we’re nestled in the Cherokee National Forest. So by default, human habitation is sparse. But what we lack in people presence we make up for in “critter … Continue reading

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Night Thunder

Back when I was a youngun’ our house in the country just south of Abingdon, VA burned. While reconstruction was taking place my father bought a mobile home for us to live in on the property. Comfy enough, except when … Continue reading

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The Pilgrimage Continues

In the summer of 2016 we moved, not away from the Blue Ridges, mind you, but to a different part. The latest stop on the pilgrimage is in upper east Tennessee, Bristol to be exact. I grew up in the … Continue reading

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