This 1886 church is Sevierville's oldest surviving public building and the only church in Sevier County to be built for and by its African-American congregation. From the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture: "Isaac Dockery, an African American brickmason and builder, was born a freeman in the Jones Cove community of Sevier County. Dockery moved … Continue reading New Salem Baptist Church in Sevierville. Earliest surviving brick church in the county.
When my husband and I first went to Pigeon Forge, we fell in love with the area. My husband likes to relax on vacation. To me, vacation is something to be conquered. I need to go and see everything that the area has to offer. Pigeon Forge has something for every age and agenda. There … Continue reading Pigeon Forge has something for everyone.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoN66AHnww4 When I was a child, I got a Dollywood season pass for Christmas almost every year, as did most of my cousins. Some of the best memories of my childhood come from when my grandmother would turn us kids loose in the park, and we pretty much wreaked havoc for several hours. When you’re … Continue reading Love to read other peoples experiences about Dollywood
There are so many Things to see and do in Gatlinburg Tennessee. I have been going there for years and still do not have many things on my Gatlinburg bucket list crossed off. Mainly because I love doing certain things that I have to hit every time I am in the area. Check out this … Continue reading Gatlinburg Tennessee Endless Activities
https://www.youtube.com/embed/UL4rt0p7dHI?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent via Gatlinburg Travel Guide — Scott Biddick Travels
http://www.knoxnews.com/entertainment/family/go-knoxvilles-fun-things-to-do-271a852c-99e1-0cc9-e053-0100007f5995-374290851.html?d=mobile via New Ripley’s Exhibit — Gatlinburg Now
This lovely little piece of Tennessee became the place that attracted travelers to the quiet community in the Appalachia beginning in the early 1960’s. From a small community with modest lodging and not much of a draw outside of the natural landscape, to a destination that draws up to 10 million guests a year, Pigeon […] … Continue reading Pigeon Forge Things to Do