Continuing along with the theme of yesterday regarding driving in Tennessee, consider the speed limit upon entering Trenton.
I was suppose to turn and follow a highway to my next point of interest and decided at the last moment to go on into town just to see what there was to see. I learned this on the Great Plains Tour - always check out the town before continuing on. Boy, am I glad I went into this one. It was Sunday and not a soul was around. There was a round-about the Gibson County Courthouse and what a beauty it was. It almost makes a feller want to get in trouble with the law just to go to court in this building.
On the corner was a nice monument to the Confederate Soldiers of the area.
I also found one of the most fantastic murals I have ever seen, but that one will have to wait until I get back home and can once again participate in Monday Mural.
Then walking around I discovered this. How cool is that?
A few miles down the road I found us entering Crockett County and I got to wondering Maybe Davy's birthplace is around here. I pulled over, got online, researched it out and learned he was born in Greene County on the other end of the State! Oh well, all of Tennessee is wonderful country especially this southwestern portion we're in now. If you ever drive through this area, be prepared to wave at everyone you see because they'll be waving at you.