Monday, July 23, 2012

On the Road to Historic Rugby


A quick few pictures from my trip.

I'll do a more complete post  tomorrow after I've had time to pick the best photos.

Here's a quick peek at  the church and the library.

There are lots of fascinating houses to show you.

We'll go down that road tomorrow...
 
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16 comments:

Ms. A said...

I miss seeing barns with See Rock City... and Ruby Falls!

Ms. A said...

And Burma Shave signs!

Thérèse said...

I would have loved to spend a few hours in the library...

Martin said...

Now you've got me looking forward to tomorrow's helping.

Kath said...

Oh, yes. Very much look forward to tomorrow' post!

Frances said...

It's very enjoyable to go down that summer road along with you. I see many sights that summon nostalgia.

Best wishes. xo

Wayfarin' Stranger said...

I love the photos, Vicki. Where's the Rock City barn? Jim

Wayfarin' Stranger said...

I love the photos, Vicki. Where's the Rock City barn? Jim

Vicki Lane said...

Jim -- I'm not sure -- somewhere between Morristown and that scenic overlook . . .

Barbara Rogers said...

Had to look on the map for Rugby, TN. I love it! Great photos!

Brian Miller said...

looks like a fun trip...look at all those books in that one room...omg...i could get lost there...smile..

JudyB said...

The library photo is my favorite--I can almost smell the books.

Star said...

I have been to Rugby three times now and can't wait to visit again through your pictures Vicki.
Since it was the British who settled there first, L took me to visit. I was fascinated and amazed that they could even contemplate setting up a community in such an out of the way place!

Darla said...

Love the library! And I look forward to reading more about your trip.

Terri Buster said...

I love that library- such a dream! Cool photos, can't wait for more.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Great Photos -- barbara