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Sequoyah Birthplace Museum

Grounds of Sequoyah Birthplace Museum Overlooking Burial Mound On a quiet shore of the Little Tennessee River lies a trail, amphitheater and museum in memory of the Cherokee Nation’s most famous member.  The Sequoyah Birthplace Museum invites all people to meet the creator of the Cherokee writing system. Sequoyah was born in a village just […]

Continue Reading By on October 28, 2011 in culture, education, family, outdoors

Sipping Lavender Lemonade

Does any drink say summer better than lemonade?  I know, we’re all trying to cut out sugars and syrups.  But if I’m going to splurge this summer, I don’t know of anything that tastes better than the lavender lemonade served up by The Parlor. This lemonade kisses you with a flavor that makes you pucker up for more.  We […]

Continue Reading By on June 24, 2011 in Appalachia, Big South Fork, culture, eating better, local, music, sustainable