Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Downtown Lawrenceburg was our next stop on our way by home from Pulaski. In the middle of downtown is a statue of a very famous Tennessean, Davy Crockett. The next five photos are close up of the statue.







This is the local radio station. Notice the call letters. This building and the next two photos are around the square where the statue of David Crockett is the center point.



Note the mural on the side of the building.
Our trip was on a Sunday and we had forgotten that small towns roll their streets up for the weekend so we were beginning to search for somewhere to eat lunch.
The kitty justice is there was not anything notable to munch upon here so we headed for the next town down Highway 64.







4 comments:

Changes in the wind said...

Nice pictures...seems the trip is going well....

Small City Scenes said...

Neat pictures. Love the tribute to Davy Crockett.
Win-Dixie?

Did you ever find a place fill them hungry tummies?
MB

shannon found some Huckleberry vinegarette and she simmered some chicken breasts in it and it was good. MB

DUTA said...

It looks like a lovely little town.

Wherever I go, I like to contemplate monuments dedicated to national heroes/famous people, and the inscriptions engraved upon the stone.
"Be sure you are right, then go ahead" - good advice.

Lady Di Tn said...

monica
The trip was a nice treat for both of us. Thanks and Peace

MB
We finally stopped at a Hardee's in Centerville for a substance. We were afraid to pass up another fast food place because it seemed to be all that was open. Sounds like Shannon made a great find and used it to provide a tasty meal.
Thanks and Peace

Duta
Tennesse is full of nice small towns and each one has it's own history. Sounds like we have a few things in common (Monuments and sayings) Peace