Sunday, February 19, 2012

An Afternoon in Leiper's Fork, Tennessee


Greg and I recently visited the quaint village of Leiper's Fork, an artsy, craftsy community in Middle Tennessee.  We thoroughly enjoyed the unique shops, each of which was painted a lovely pastel color.  There was an array of gift shops, art galleries, a bakery, etc.

                                                                 Winter Pansies

We took time out from our shopping to have lunch at yet another Puckett's.  (Another time, we had enjoyed dining at the Franklin Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant which I wrote about in the Sunday, February 12 blog post.)  This Leiper's Fork Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant has a really casual, down- home feel with an abbreviated version of the same tasty food as in Franklin.  (There is also a Puckett's in Nashville.)

Greg and I both got sandwiches and fries, and decided we'd be adventurous by ordering the fried green beans!  Before Puckett's, we'd never even heard of that menu item before, but we're glad we tried the beans, because they were delicious!

                                                       Fried Green Beans

For more information, see their web site at .

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While in Leiper's Fork, I met three really nice ladies, one of whom had a dog named Brandy.  The lady was gracious enough to allow me to photograph her beautiful pet, so everyone could see it on this blog post.

Thought of the day: Make every day an adventure!  Have fun!
Thanks for visiting!  Until next time (Sunday, February 26), Becky

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