June 6 2012 Appalachia Newsletter
Warmer weather, vacations, and outdoor activities is a reminder to us to check our first aid supplies for insect repellent, anti-itch cream, band-aids, anti-bacterial ointment, and other first aid necessities. And do not forget the sun screen.
Do you like visiting historical towns? You will find oodles of them in the Appalachia regions. One of them is Jonesborough, Tennessee.
Here is my latest article from the Appalachia site at BellaOnline.com.
Jonesborough - Oldest Town In Tennessee
If you are heading to the Southeastern United States anytime during spring and summer a great place to visit is Jonesborough, which is the oldest town in Tennessee. On the eastern border of Tennessee is the beautiful Appalachian Mountains and on the western border is the legendary Mississippi River.
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Till next time, may all your roads lead you safely home. Walk in peace and harmony.
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