Tennessee May 27, 2018
11 Privileges Tennesseans Have That The Rest Of The U.S. Doesn’t
Tennesseans really don’t know how lucky they have it sometimes, folks. They tend to just get used to the rolling hills and greenery-infused meadows of the countryside, take the craggy mountainous vistas to the east and cotton studded fields to the west completely for granted. It’s home, and isn’t home the most comfortable place of all? Living amidst such beauty with a glass of sweet tea in hand is a privilege, you know – and here are 11 in total that just might make you smile.
11. We get to cheer on one of the best hockey teams in the nation.
The Preds have made a total 180 in recent years, fostering a dedicated fanbase and a competitive edge as a hockey team.
10. Our vacations range from river cities…
Chattanooga is to the south, and is a quiet granola town that's great for big families and long hikes.
9. To Music City...
The new "It City," Nashville is a gorgeous, booming town that makes way for music stars and future CEOs alike.
8. To the most visited National Park in the US.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park holds the title as the most visited national park in the country, known for its beautiful hikes, stunning vistas and stretch of the Appalachian Trail that runs straight through it.
7. We live our lives surrounded by great music history.
Memphis, Nashville, Cash and Elvis, there's all sorts of heart and home hidden within the nostalgic hum of Tennessee music history.
6. And a whole lot of US history, as well.
Visit Civil War battlefields and historic plantations if you're looking to experience some of the south's deepest and darkest history.
5. Our communities are kind.
You're sure to be met with kind and humble folk no matter where you visit within our pretty state lines.
4. And you can't turn around without finding a church or two.
What else would you expect in the US Bible Belt?
3. Our meat 'n three meals are unlike any other.
You can stumble into any mom and pop restaurant within the Volunteer State and find yourself noshing on some solid bbq or biscuits and gravy in no time.
2. And our biscuits could make you cry.
Speaking of biscuits and gravy...is it really breakfast without a biscuit?!
1. We live in the most beautiful state in the nation.
And that's a privilege in itself.
We’re a pretty lucky group, wouldn’t you say? If you’re hungry after all your exploring, you should check out
This Unassuming Nashville Restaurant Serves Up Southern Cooking Like Grandma Used To Make.