On a recent sunny day, we took another of our relaxing drives through the country. Our destination was David Crockett Birthplace State Park. We are fortunate to have so many historical spots, small towns, and villages, as well as rolling hills to explore. We seek out uncrowded places and plan not to be away for more than a few hours.
My look for the day included a dark navy cashmere sweater here, jeans here, boots here, and bag here. The jacket, scarf, and sunglasses are old—similar items are here – here and here.
I plan for each layer to look acceptable if the temperatures climb, and I have to remove some of them.
This sweet girl came right up to me for strokes on her soft nose and a handful of green grass. Her pasture mates were otherwise busy with naps in the shade.
The park, complete with actors and livestock, is a recreation of how life in the settlement might have looked when David Crockett was born there in 1786.
On the drive home, we enjoyed the views of vast farmland, rivers, an abandoned mansion, and mountain ranges for as far as the eye can see.
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