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Christmas at The Gaylord Opryland Hotel

Taste and See: December 2011

“True grits, more grits, fish, grits, and collards. Life is good where grits are swallered.”–Roy Blount, Jr

Beautiful Fall countryside viewed from the Natchez Trace Bridge, near Franklin, Tennessee

And we all know, of course, there is no higher love... (Happy Valentine's Day)

"Say what you will about The South... but no one ever retires to move up North." {Bless Their Hearts}

Texas is historically located in the Cotton Belt of the South. The Blackland Prairie of East Texas no longer boasts of their cotton production, but Central Texas from Trinidad to Waco and much of West Texas still depend on this crop. Cotton is the No. 1 crop produced in Texas.

How The Delta Came to Be by Tom Lawrence

The Hope Chest: Is this "treasured" Southern tradition still honored today?

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