Posted by wendyvee | July 28, 2011
God’s Tree House
submitted by “Feathers” (Mendy)
My friend Mendy is back with another “wonder” … a wonderfully crazy and sweet tree house in Crossville, Tennessee!
In 1993, Horace Burgess began constructing a 10-story tree house that is now nearly 100 ft high! Burgess claims that God came to him in a vision and inspired him to construct...
Posted by wendyvee | December 18, 2010
Bloody Tomb of Nina Craigmiles
320 Broad Avenue
submitted by: “Road Runner” (Bill)
In 1871, a young girl named Nina Craigmiles, the child of a prominent Cleveland family, was killed in a buggy accident. Shortly after her death, her parents had a white marble crypt constructed in the churchyard of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. After the crypt had been completed –...
Posted by wendyvee | December 8, 2010
University of the South
submitted by: TNAero (Eddie P.)
Eddie P. is back — this time with the 60-foot-tall Memorial Cross on the campus of University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. The memorial was erected in 1922 to honor students who served in the armed forces. The cross is bathed in light at night and can be seen for miles away.
Posted by wendyvee | June 8, 2010
Pigeon Forge, sovaldi Tennessee
submitted by “Jo, tadalafil eh”
Faithful Roadside-Wonder-er, decease Jo, adds two more giant animals to the menagerie … a bull and a fish, from where else but the BullFish Grill in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee?!
Scorch and Bugsy having a little too much fun at BullFish 🙂
Tags: cattle/cows, fish, Jo, restaurant, Tennessee