Tennessee | Exploring Franklin, Natchez Trace & the great outdoors! (Part 1)

For months, I have been dreaming about Tennessee. There’s something about it that holds part of my heart, so when it was time for me to step foot into the great state, I was over the moon. I’m a huge country music fan, there’s nothing better than sweet southern folk, and the thought of orange sunsets makes my heart sing. Here are some photos from my trip to central Tennessee – Franklin, Natchez Trace and the great southern outdoors.

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So far, it’s stormed in every state I’ve been in. I love the rain, and I especially love that each rain feels different – granted, that’s probably all in my head, but I love it nonetheless.

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Tennessee forests are gorgeous, green, and strangely familiar. I loved exploring the Natchez Trace, just south of Nashville – if you’re in the area, you have to visit!

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If you’re in Franklin, youΒ need to go to Biscuit Love. I’ve never heard of it before, but as I was driving down the streets of Franklin, saw a mile-long line out front and decided to stop for lunch. Best. Idea. Ever. It was so good! I ordered the “Princess,” which is a spicy chicken sandwich on one of their famous biscuits (and of course, I got sweet tea to wash it down 😎)

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Downtown Franklin was everything I dreamt of and more. I can easily see why it’s named “America’s Favorite Small Town”! I only spent a few hours here, but I wouldn’t mind staying forever.

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The long drives have been healing, seeing towns appear and disappear from view, watching hills turn into dirt, into forests and back into cities, tracing corn crops and creating stories for the clouds hung in the sky.

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The weather cleared up enough to take the boat out, which was beautiful. I always feel so free out on the water. Anyone else?

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On the last night, I soaked in this beautiful Tennessee sunset. I see now why Tennessee’s color is orange – just look at this bright sky! I’ve fallen in love with Tennessee, and I can’t wait to be back!


Keep an eye out for Part 2 of my Tennessee trip soon! πŸ˜‰

Tennessee | Exploring Franklin, Natchez Trace & the great outdoors! (Part 1)

17 thoughts on “Tennessee | Exploring Franklin, Natchez Trace & the great outdoors! (Part 1)

  1. Rachael Goins says:

    I just got back last weekend from a road trip to Tennessee! Although we were in the Gatlinburg area. Beautiful pictures!

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    1. Jasmine Eclipse says:

      What a small world!! Gatlinburg was on my list, it looks like the cutest town ever! But I’ll have to save that for another time 😊

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    1. Jasmine Eclipse says:

      It’s the most beautiful place, and the people were SO sweet. I’m glad my pictures helped you travel there in your mind! 😊

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    1. Jasmine Eclipse says:

      I envy you! It was the most beautiful place I’ve been so far, and the people are SO sweet! I can’t wait to go back 😊

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  2. Scarleth says:

    I love that beautiful sunset! TN is absolutely beautiful. I’m about to go read Pt. 2 now!! I’m so happy for you, this adventure must be so much fun!

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    1. Jasmine Eclipse says:

      Franklin was so gorgeous! I just wish it wasn’t so expensive to live there, otherwise I would’ve moved in yesterday! And they were the best peaches I’ve ever had πŸ‘πŸΌ

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