Flat Creek Tavern in Weaverville, North Carolina was one of the friendliest taverns I’ve ever been in. I really enjoyed myself here.
I think a lot of people like the caboose as much as I do. This one was resting in rural West Virginia.
I thought this bus in the field was really cool too. This is in eastern West Virginia.
This was another cool barn in eastern West Virginia.
Sorry guys, I’ve been “away from my desk” for a little bit – working on some projects and taking some time off. I did get out and do a little bit of travelling though. Here is a barn in rural West Virginia.
I can only assume that these are old sharecropping cabins in the rural heart of the Mississippi Delta. This was somewhere along the old Moorehead-Belzoni Road.
This is Wyatt’s Bar-B-Que in Atlanta, Georgia. If you ever see a place that looks like this, you should definitely eat there. Amazing ribs by the way, but a very cool looking place too.
This has been the year of music for me. I have had the great fortune to be in the epicenter of music for the whole country all year here in the deep south. Along with some amazing live performances, I have also gotten a good look behind the scenes. I have seen some of the most infamous studios in the history of music, but this may be the one that produced the most hits – RCA’s Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee. It has been the recording home of people like Dolly Parton, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and of course Elvis Presley. All I can say is that the acoustics were amazing! Check out the other studios I’ve visited this year by clicking over to my posts on Sun Studios, Stax Records and Royal Studios.