I wouldn't call myself a Civil War aficionado, but I have always been intrigued by the era. The antebellum plantation houses, with large columns, and huge trees have always caught my eye. And of course the shift in the ranching lifestyles that occurred shortly after the war. Names like Nathan Bedford Forrest, Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Ulysses S … Continue reading The Battle of Spring Hill
Saturday I had the awesome opportunity to attend my first every ice hockey game. My uncle came over to Nashville for the weekend and we went to the Nashville Predators game against the Montreal Canadiens. We had seats four rows up from the glass pretty close to the net. I compared it to a basketball … Continue reading Hockey and Farming?
One day, never been East of Memphis. Then BOOM, next day I'm livin in Middle Tennessee. Today completes my first week at the Middle Tennessee Research and Education Center just south of Nashville. We've got a good Bull Test station running here along with several other cattle projects. I'm really looking forward to my time … Continue reading Tennessee Livestock AgFacts
Since I just spent a few days in Nashville, I figured this would as good a time as any to share some agriculture facts from the state. It goes right along with my postcard project. I'm a big postcard junkie, so if you'd like to send me one from your state with a few facts … Continue reading Tennessee Agriculture