Sunday, July 23, 2017
A Visit to Trimble and Newbern, Tennessee
I ventured further into Tennessee a few days ago and encountered a small and quite serene Civil War Memorial surrounded by corn fields and a cemetery in the town of Trimble.
The small town of Newbern has a historic railroad station which is still functioning and a sweet little store attached to the Farmhouse Restaurant. I brought home some goodies, of course.
The genial guy at the counter works at the restaurant. His name is Bubba (yes, it IS) and he is quintessential southern. Thank you, Bubba, for being so obliging and letting me take your picture.
A Visit to Trimble and Newbern, Tennessee.
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