Friday, October 12, 2018

Burn Permits

Burning Permits Needed Staring Mon. Oct. 15th
Paris, Tenn.- Jason Waddell, Henry County tech at the Department of Agriculture, division of forestry, reminds Henry Countians, they must obtain a burning permit from October 15th thru May 15th. Anyone starting an open air fire within 500 feet of a forest, grassland, or woodland, must by law, secure a burning permit through the Division of Forestry. Permits are free of charge and may be obtained by calling the local office at 642-3808, which is located at 195 Macedonia Road in Henry. You may also obtain a permit online at

Monday, October 1, 2018

Blessing Of The Pets

Sunday, October 7 at 12:30 p.m. 
Antioch United Methodist Church
6118 West Antioch Road, Springville, TN 

- will have a service of Blessing For Pets. All pets and their people are invited. If your pet is not able to come but you would like to come and bring a picture of your pet to be blessed please do so. The service will be under the direction of Pastor Linda Hilliard. For additional information please call or text 731-707-0919.

From an earlier pet blessing, Madge Lawrence with her grandchildren(left to right) Tyler Lawrence, Joey Jones, Madge Lawrence, Shelley Jones, grand dogs Lola, Hank & Mary Jane.

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Something A Little Different / Senior Photo Shoot At Old Bridge

Brian Killian is with Lisa Green and 2 others.
10 hrs

My classmate from high school commented jokingly on a post wishing us to photograph her daughters seniors portraits. Just so happened we would be vacationing in the area soon. It would be my pleasure to photograph her gorgeous daughter. Jan was always available when I wanted to practice my camera skills back in the day. These are a few of my favorites from her session last week in Tennessee. 
Thanks Lisa Green for salvaging the old bridge.

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Tulip Boat In Summer Time

The Tulip Boat in all it's Summer glory.

Thank you Kathi Stoffel for the photo.

Monday, July 23, 2018

The Fish Photo

I don't post a lot of fish photos on this website.  I would rather post pretty views of the lake, scenery and flowers.  But I feel a responsibility to post one every now and then - since this is a fishing community.

So, my buddy Sharon Seaton was going out fishing this morning with her husband.  I said, "Send me a photo of a fish."

This is what she sends me.

She labeled it, "Kentucky Lake's Eiffel Tower."  I usually avoid taking photos of these TVA towers on our Lake and frequently remove them with PhotoShop.  Not Sharon,  she just embraces them and tries to convince us they are Eiffel Towers. 
Not satisfied, I texted her back.  Thanked her and said, "fish" as a reminder of our original objective.
So she sends me this.

I like this much better.  Not only does it meet my annual quota for "fish photos" but I get to look at David Seaton's rather nice legs and the Eiffel Tower.