LIVE WHERE YOU LOVE TO RIDE!

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Real Estate Agent - Tennessee Recreational Properties

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2009 

This is good advice in any situation but especially for realtors. I just sent my husband over to my newest listing to put a sign in the yard, to take a couple of pictures and to find the key that the sellers said was hidden. I told him not to feel around on the ledge "near the door there, to the ...
09/30/2009
You don't often see kids amusing themselves these days. This picture was taken in the Mennonite community of Muddy Pond, Tennessee, which is just northwest of Crossville. The Mennonites have a general store there, a seasonal greenhouse, they are known locally for making porch swings and porch fu...
09/27/2009
If you dream of re-locating to an equestrian community in Big South Fork, Tennessee, here's a new barn with 5 acres, just listed. This generous parcel is comprised of three lots in the desirable Spruce Creek Acres equestrian community. Deeded trails take you right into the Big South Fork National...
09/26/2009
With several equestrian communities near Big South Fork National Park in Jamestown, Tennessee, you can just imagine that horseshoe décor is popular. Some people buy equestrian-themed items from catalogs or websites; others....um....use the materials at hand. This is rugged country and horses are ...
09/24/2009
No matter which way you turn, you'll see pride and support for the University of Tennessee football team, the Tennessee Volunteers or "Vols," as they are known far and wide. The nickname is derived from the State of Tennessee's own nickname. Tennessee is known as the "Volunteer State," having sen...
09/21/2009
This land is a piece of Heaven on Earth, right here at Rockhouse Ranch, Big South Fork's most prestigious address. Quiet country lanes wind through this private, gated equestrian community and the interior system of easy trails connect directly with hundreds of miles of varied trails in Big South...
09/16/2009
One of my favorite trail rides in the Big South Fork National Park is along the former railbed of the Oneida and Western Railroad, a ride we call simply "the O&W."  Defunct railbeds all over the country have provided thousands of miles, reclaimed for use as bike trails, hiking trails, walking tra...
09/10/2009
People come here largely for the climate and the outdoor lifestyle, so you can imagine that a firepit is a way of life here. With four distinct seasons, Tennessee is renowned for its long springs and long fall season, with many warm days and cool nights. Almost every cabin has a firepit, which ma...
09/08/2009
The horse campgrounds are full and there are alot of activities for campers going on this weekend. Everyone who has a seasonal cabin is using it, it seems, and the rental cabins are...rented. Everyone who has a friend living here in an equestrian community is visiting. The roads are full of horse...
09/06/2009
Horse camping has become really popular in recent years and you can find "horse campgrounds" all over the country now. There is a concentration of these horse campgrounds here in Jamestown, Tennessee, because this area has the best trail riding east of the Mississippi and is called "The Trail Rid...
09/02/2009
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