Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Lunch In Paris at the Heritage Center Anyone?


Girls lunch! Fabulous food, a great place to make new friends and learn a little local history while supporting a great cause - The Paris/Henry County Heritage Center.


Thursday, May 18, 2017

Water Dropping!

The water is dropping! Right now it is down to 361. 
Most areas of the park are back open!


Monday, May 15, 2017

Lakefront Property For Sale

SweetValley Is For Sale
About Sweetvalley:  When I was a kid my mother took my sisters and me to Grandma's house on Kentucky Lake. It was a waterfront 2 bedroom cabin back then with cracks in the walls you could see through. We ran up and down the hill to the lake to swim and ski. We fished, had weeny roasts, got sun-burned and more than anything we had great times together and made great memories. There a thousand stories my sisters and cousins and friends could tell about the times we spent there....  SweetValley is like that too. I bought it years ago to have a place on the lake near Grandma and Mom. We've had a lot of great times there too. Lots of fun, boating, swimming, cookouts, hangin' with friends and children. I never had children but a lot of my friends kids have fond memories of SweetValley and the good times we had.  My friends and family, like Grandma's house, made a lot of great memories there together. Grandma and Mom are gone now and I'm not a kid anymore so I'm ready to "pass the torch" so to speak. I'm hoping someone with kids or grand kids will get this place and build family love and memories like we did.

For more information:

Contact: John Peddy       Email: johnrp55@gmail.com 
Phone: 731-571-5940

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Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway or vacation rental property  Sweetvalley is for you.

This privately owned waterfront property is located in a quiet little valley on a secluded beach near Paris Landing on beautiful Kentucky Lake. Sweetvalley offers all the amenities of home. Bordered by water, trees and nature - occasional sightings of turkey, deer, eagles etc. Everyday is an adventure. Great fishing for Bass, Crappie and more.

My home for over twenty years. My friends, their kids and I had a great time growing up here. Now you can enjoy it too!


Click on any of the photos on this page to get a closer look and open a photo slide show.

Lots of deck space (3 levels) for get-togethers and outdoor enjoyment.



Large covered outdoor eating area with lots of seating.









Just a short walk to your own private beach.

Places to sit and ponder life or just hang out with family and friends.

















Master bedroom with king size bed, double size sleeper sofa and scenic view of lake.
Hide-a-bed in master bedroom sleeps two.

Second bedroom has two twin beds and a full bath.

Second bedroom has a full bath and laundry room.


View from the lake side.  Lots of decking for outdoor activities.

We saved the best for last.
The view from the beach at Sweetvalley.


Contact: John Peddy       Email: johnrp55@gmail.com 
Phone: 731-571-5940

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Park Activities For The Summer

All sorts of stuff happening at Paris Landing State Park this summer.  Check out their calendar


Tuesday, May 9, 2017

World War Exhibit In Paris




Just a couple of the photos I took today at the Paris/Henry County Heritage Center.  They are setting up an exhibit on World War I and World War II.


You can see more on my Facebook page at Artist Lee Owenby.  

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Free Smoke Alarms To Be Handed Out Saturday

WENK/WTPR
14 hrs
Free Smoke Alarms To Be Handed Out Saturday
Buchanan, Tenn.—A door-to-door smoke alarm campaign will be conducted Saturday in the Buchanan and Paris Landing area.
It will be held from noon until 4 p.m. and representatives of the Paris Landing Volunteer Fire Department and other emergency responders will partner with the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s office will be going door-to-door handing out the free smoke alarms.
In April, five family members were killed in a house fire in the Buchanan area.
Paris Landing Fire Chief Reggie Coles said, “We want to spend a few minutes educating our residents about the dangers of fire and offer them free smoke alarms, which we will install while we are there. The smoke alarms are furnished at no charge by the State Fire Marshal’s office. All emergency personnel will be in uniform and all civilian volunteers will have proper documentation with them.”
All emergency services organizations in Henry County, as well as the Red Cross, local dhurches, the Amvets and the American Legion have been invited.
Coles said, “We see this as an opportunity for us to come together as a community to help prevent any further loss of life due to fire.”
The Paris Landing Senior Citizens Center will be offering refreshments for everyone afterward.