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Have you ever tried to recreate an old college experience?  Gathered with friends you haven’t seen for a while? Planned a weekend trip and hoped everyone got along? I highly recommend doing it, especially if it turns out as ours did.  The weekend was one of the funniest, most enlightening and joyful experiences. Dave had […]

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First Things First! The winner of the Tailgating Through The South print giveaway is….. Darleen Robertson from Texas.  Her choice is Tailgating In Vandyville! I will continue to have drawings throughout the football season. Thank all who signed up to my tailgating blog; for getting your friends to sign up, for commenting, for emailing, and […]

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Our Memorial Day was spent remembering fathers who are no longer with us, but served their country well. My father, James E. Lovett is buried in The Veterans Cemetery in Knoxville, Tennessee.  Visiting friend, Kathy McGimsey Lindquist, shared this photo of her father, Edward McGimsey on the wing of his P-51 Mustang fighter/fighter bomber during WWII. […]

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Growing up in Knoxville, Tennessee meant  going to the Smoky Mountains.  Many school trips, church outings and family camping trips were spent in the mountains.  My children, raised in Florida, spent their school trips at Disney World and Busch Gardens.  I spent mine hiking, biking in Cades Cove and traversing over rock strewn mountain streams. […]

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Tailgating and the 4th of July have many similarities.  Families and friends gather together in celebration.  Many foods popular for tailgating parties are also the same ones used for 4th of July picnics and barbecues. Tailgate Party n. a festive, pre-game social event celebrated on or near stadium grounds featuring creative southern recipes, grilling competitions, […]

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