Tuesday, April 30, 2013

A Place to visit in Tennessee





Tennessee known to be the volunteer state. There are quite a few things to keep you busy in TN while you are visiting there. Driving by to the most largest complex of flight simulation test facilities in the world. AEDC, is located in middle TN. When you came from Georgia don't miss to stop by to the area where you can sight seeing some of the largest jets and rockets displays you could ever imagine to see! They are real ones that was been used before years and years ago and preserved for the tourists to see. They are gigantic and massive piece of aircraft. As you go closer you feel so little behind those jets. One of the coolest thing i've ever seen as well a coolest place in middle TN. 

10 comments:

Melgie Campbell said...

sounds like a good place to visit.:)

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Travel Quest said...

I love Tennessee there's so much things to do here. Summer is longer than other state. I live in East TN i wonder how far is the tullohasa

jheylo said...

hubby for sure would really love to see these, he is obsessed with aircraft and he has apps where he plays flying a plane. and watches planes flying on air.

Arlene said...

sis, your photos are postcard perfect! have them printed and send me some :)

keep shooting!

jenn said...

these are indeed very pretty pictures. i've been to tennessee once, in memphis im not sure how far was that with the place you just visited. but yeah pretty great state.

Gven-Rose said...

seemed like a great place to visit this summer.. by the way awesome photos you got here..

Mharms said...

I like going to places like this where memorable things are preserved.

Leah | Travel Quest said...

I mean Tullahoma