If I am not mistaken, there are two S’s in Tennessee. We flew there in April of this year to attend a Hillsdale College seminar, and a Ricochet meetup with our internet friends we hadn’t met yet. Below are some pictures I took of places we went in Tennessee.
This is the landscape of the Nashville area from the air, on our approach to the airport.
This is the source (cave with spring) and the product (Tennessee Whisky) at the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg. Our Ricochet group went there after the Hillsdale event was over. We had a marvelous time.
Above is a beautiful old house we saw in Franklin, near where we stayed. I loved Tennessee, and am anxious to return there soon.
Another word with two S’s in it is important right now, as we prepare to celebrate Christmas again.
Above is a Christmas lighting display right in my own neighborhood.
And Christmas lights in Leavenworth, Washington’s Bavarian Village.
I think that’s enough S’s for the time being. Thanks, Cee!
Here’s a link to Cee’s original post for this challenge.
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These are wonderful photos for this week. 😀 😀