Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-09-18 19:15:42 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) — The long-awaited resurgence is the fall tradition of central Tennessee. Saturday was the first day of the teakwood harvest, which lasted until October.
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This 55-acre site has something for the whole family to enjoy. You’ll find live music, art, garden tours, and of course the pumpkins that surround the famous pumpkin house.
Sue Maxson took her grandson to check the scarecrow. Far from their first trip, it means far knowing that so many events were put on hold in 2020.
“I missed everything last year. It’s not always closed. They didn’t have that many events, but we still came out and walked around,” Maxson said.
Barbrain visited from Illinois. She was last here three years ago. A little rain didn’t get in the way, as she has much greater appreciation for what she missed.
“2020 seemed like a year that had just disappeared because everyone was detained by many restrictions, but it’s good to see people out,” Lane said.
I’m looking forward to one season late and more days to remember. Not always perfect, but at least the days we spent together.
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