The Ultimate Cheap Way See and Do Things Without Spending Money By Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel Blogger Some things in life are indeed free. And in Nashville, TN, there's a lot to see that doesn't cause an achy breaky heart for even the most wallet-conscious tourist. • THE STATE CAPITOL BUILDING What's a trip to Nashville without visiting the … [Read more...]
Travel, sightseeing, events and lifestyle blog posts from and about Tennessee from a native Tennessean.
Tourism Is Up And Environmental Recovery Brings A Bounty Of New Plants & Trees By Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel Blogger The bottoms of some trees are still charred and you can see a line of black at the base of a hill on the loop road. One year after fires roared through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and to the popular tourist town of … [Read more...]
Monroe And Loudon Also Two Of Best Places To See The Great American Eclipse Tennessee is known as the Volunteer State but on Monday, Aug 21, it will be the Eclipse State. That's because a large part of it lies right in the path of what some are calling "The Great American Eclipse," the first total eclipse in the USA in 99 years. Total darkness takes place early … [Read more...]
Old Glory Distilling Company In Clarksville To Have Craft Cocktails, Beer & Food Trucks One of the most highly-anticipated events of the year in the USA is taking place this summer and small towns across America are bracing to be the epicenter of activity for it. The Great American Eclipse, the total eclipse of the sun, takes place on Monday, Aug. 21. Its path cuts … [Read more...]
Tennessee Distillers Guild Launches Website & App To Feature The State's Spirited History & Culture In recognition of a part of its cultural heritage, the state of Tennessee has launched a tourist activity featuring its most spirited product. The Tennessee Whiskey Trail is a union of 30 whiskey distilleries across the Volunteer State brought together by … [Read more...]
UT & The Volunteer Navy, Concord Park & Great Cheese Awaits Visitors To K-Town By Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel Blogger & Knoxville native I saw a question posted on Quora inquiring about places a tourist should visit in Knoxville, TN, and figured as a native of this fine city it was my moral if not professional obligation as a travel blogger to … [Read more...]