Thursday, October 22, 2015

Crockett State Park, October 22, 2015

Good Fences and Signs, Signs

October 7, 2015, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, USA   (Davy Crockett 1786-1836)

Earlier this month we visited David Crockett State Park in Lawrenceburg.

The drive through the park was lovely with interesting stone and wood fences.

We enjoyed the Autumn decorations and the food at the Restaurant.

A short walking trail brought us to beautiful Shoal Creek. The water was so clear we could see small fish swimming around.

The water wheel at the museum was stopped and the water diverted on the day we were there, but it was still interesting to see.

A fence kept people from getting too close, and warning signs were posted in several places.

I hope your weather is great
and you are able to get out and enjoy it!

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  1. Hello Lea, pretty day for your visit to the park. I like the entrance to the restaurant and the decorations. The waterwheel is cool! Great fence scenes and photos. Happy Thursday, have a great weekend ahead!

  2. oh what a great park, i'd love to visit it...isn't it weird to hear him called "david" :) have a great day!

  3. This park looks like such a neat place to spend some time. Great photos!

  4. Lovely pictures. I imagine the park is especially beautiful at this time of year.

  5. This looks like a really neat place to visit. Love the sign. - That water wheel is very cool looking and it's good to have fences to keep people protected.

  6. Interesting area! I like the shot of the creek.

  7. Looks like a neat park. I wonder if there are trout in that creek?

  8. Nice captures. I used to watch that program many moons ago.

  9. I liked very much seeing these images from David Crockett State Park. As you may know he is a hero here in Texas where he gave the ultimate sacrifice fighting for my ancestors' freedom and independence. I only recently learned that he was never known as "Davy" Crockett until the TV show but was always called David.

  10. I'd like to go there! I was a big fan of Davy Crockett back in the day.


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