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Lanie the winds of change are blowin

Visit all 95 counties in the State of Tennessee
Here's the list of Counties:

Anderson – went to visit the Oakridge Science Museum
Bedford -
Benton -
Bledsoe-
Blount – got my marriage license in Blount County!
Bradley – many times
Campbell -
Carroll-
Carter -
Cheatham -
Chester -
Claiborne – have friends that live here, have visited many times
Clay-
Cocke – I buy apple here at Carver’s Orchard
Coffee – been here once on a business trip
Crockett -
Cumberland -the rock capital of the State – Crab Orchard
Davidson – Nashville, the state capital is here. Been here a lot.
Dekalb-
Decatur –
Dickson -
Dyer -
Fayette-
Fentress-did some campling here with friends
Franklin-
Gibson-
Giles -
Grainger – this is where I buy tomatoes, the best in the state!
Greene – visited relatives
Grundy-
Hamblen – my aunt used to own a restaurant here in Morristown
Hamilton -went to the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga
Hancock-
Hardeman-
Hardin-
Hawkins-
Haywood-
Henderson-
Henry-
Hickman-
Houston-
Humphrey-
Jackson-
Jefferson – lived here for awhile -beautiful area
Johnson-
Knox- Knoxville, the happening place – go here alot
Lake-
Lauderdale-
Lawrence-
Lewis-
Lincoln-
Loudon – a place I visit often
Macon-
Madison-
Marshall-
Maury- went here on a business trip
McMinn – a neighboring county – I shop here occassionaly
McNairy-
Meigs -Drove thru here once. There are some beautiful farms here
Monroe – where I live now!
Montgomery-
Moore -
Morgan-
Obion-
Overton -
Perry -
Pickett – did some camping up here a few times
Polk- where I go to buy summer veggies at the Amish farm
Putnam
Rhea-went this past weekend (April 1, 2012)
Roane – home of Roane State where I attend college
Robertson-
Rutherford -
Scott-
Sequatchie-
Sevier – grew up here! Go Smoky Bears!
Shelby – home of Memphis, Beal Street & BBQ – many fun times here!
Smith –
Stewart -
Sullivan – upper east Tennessee – business trip
Sumner-
Tipton-
Trousdale -
Unicoi-
Union-
Van Buren -
Warren –
Washington – home of Jonesboro, oldest town in TN. -Been there!
Wayne -
Weakley -
White -
Williamson-
Wilson -



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Lanie the winds of change are blowin

You should! Tennessee is a great place to explore. From the smoky mountains in the east to the coastal plains in the west and everything in between TN has such a unique and diverse topography.

I have never been to Sumner County. It is mid-state near the KY border, right? What sights would you recommend for someone visiting?

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Lanie the winds of change are blowin

Thanks for the info on Sumner County. While I’m not a fan of Andrew Jackson, I do enjoy historical sites. I would probably enjoy touring the historic homes there.

A summer motorcycle trip sounds exciting. If you decide to do so check out the Cherohala Skyway. On the skyway there is an eleven mile stretch of road called the dragon’s tail.There are 318 curves in those 11 miles. It’s a popular destination for bikers. Happy Traveling! :)

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