Thursday, December 07, 2006

A Tennessee Christmas

We stopped by the Agricultural Museum's Christmas Open House today. We nibbled ham biscuits, cookies and cider; studied fresh decorations made by the Hilltop Garden Club; and tapped our feet to old-fashioned dulcimer carols from a live band. The mounted police horses even nuzzled the kids through the fence. The Ellington Agricultural Center truly captures the beauty and history of Tennessee's landscape. That it does so in the middle of a city--and without admission fees--is gravy


Monica Wilkinson said...

Oh goodness, this looks like such fun! So glad you got to go and enjoy such a fun outing!

Anonymous said...

Great pics! We must have been there at different times. There were flute players when we were there. Too bad we didn't see you!

Candy said...

wow great pictures, just beautiful!!