Coal-black kettles of fire-cooked pinto beans, biscuits warmed in old-fashioned black iron stoves, bluegrass music, crafters, mule-turned molasses and memories of old Mt. Juliet will culminate on a local farm this Saturday and Sunday.
It's going to be a fantastic Farmizan's Market Season Finale this Saturday in Mt. Juliet.
There was a lot of mooing, quacking and neighing going on at Mt. Juliet High School Friday.
And yes, a renegade heifer cut loose when the squealing pigs got on her last nerve. But she was corralled, with no harm, and enjoyed her five minutes of fame.
When you see Robert Nipp atop one of his favorite horses, Chance, with a backdrop of roiling black clouds over his sprawling horse ranch you might think they are in another century. If you squint really hard and put a mental sepia screen over the vista - it's 1820.
If you've ever taken Hwy. 109 North into Sumner County and dreamed of owning the large estate just before the river, here's your chance.
Country legend Reba McEntire's iconic Lebanon lakefront home, Starstruck Farm, has been listed on the market.
It's a quote Mike Smith lives by.
Max Lucado penned it.
"If you have a pulse, you are going to have pain."
"All the really good ideas I've ever had came to me while I was milking a cow." --American artist Grant Wood.
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