If you mention Tennessee and Whiskey, it will probably be inferred that you mean Jack Daniel’s. However, there are other distilleries, one only a few miles from Lynchburg’s iconic brand. Lynchburg and the Jack Daniel Distillery aren’t exactly big city, but another distillery who spells their product name “Whisky”, can be found only a few miles away. Continue reading
Sometime during the last few days, Journeys with Johnbo passed a milestone. As of today, over 500 followers are tagging along on my photographic journeys.
For all of you, I am sharing a never-before-published photo. The Linnean House is a part of the Missouri Botanical Garden. Lynn and I spent a magical afternoon there exploring the grounds and enjoying the views.
In an upcoming Journey, I will have more images from the gardens. For now, I will just say that if you live close to this treasure, you are lucky indeed.
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During our Civil Air Patrol operations in Hillsboro this summer, our flight crews spent many hours “chasing” a drone as part of an agricultural research project. Many of the flights were over four hours in duration, a handful over five hours. It’s no surprise that our crew of two was happy to land and call it a day. After landing, I captured the aircraft as it taxied off the runway and onto the ramp area. Continue reading
Our family reunion for 2016 found a home again in Lynchburg, Tennessee. The small hamlet of less than 6500 residents is home to the premier distillery that has made a home there for 150 years. In 2013, I shared a gallery of images and a travel feature here focusing on our first visit in 2007. Continue reading
Election day is coming soon, and since we don’t always know whether we will be travelling or in our desert home when election day hits, we opt for absentee ballots. They arrived this week and it took me only a few moments to mismark my ballot. I needed a new one. Fortunately, screwing up a ballot is not a reason to become disenfranchised. However, it took a trip to the Cass County Courthouse to turn in my spoiled ballot and obtain a new one. Continue reading
This week, Jen H. asks to share where our heart is. She writes, “‘Home’ is more than where we sleep at night. It is a place that is familiar and comforting, and it gives us a sense of belonging. Home is what and who is local…” You can view the entire challenge post here. Continue reading