Shortly after, we left this place, not thinking it safe to stay there longer, and proceeded to Cumberland river
, reconnoitring that part of the country until March, 1771, and giving names to the different waters.
Zone Kentucky, Tennessee (Land Between The Lakes).
After a brief stint as a game warden, we moved to Nashville, where I was a senior waterfowl biologist with the state, running three management areas on the Cumberland River
, also working with a private gamebird collector on his estate with three pairs of huge Canada geese to see if we could establish a home flock.
Nashville bartender Freddy Schwenk mixed up several Dickel cocktails for the event: the Cumberland River
Humdinger, Tennessee Tuxedo and Tullahoma Porch Light (shown right).
McGregor and his staff have been successful in propagating and culturing the tan riffleshell, which is closely related to the golden riffleshell, from the Cumberland River
system in Kentucky.
The property supports a growing 20-minute market of an estimated 339,225 persons predominantly north of the Cumberland River
in Sumner County, Tennessee.
So it was that the Drug-Free South took it upon themselves to hit the streets and distribute copies of the "Truth About Drugs" booklet to people Downtown near the Cumberland River
this past weekend.
Nearly three years and $730 million later, the fourth and final dry scrubber went into commercial operation in February at the Tennessee Valley Authority's (TVA) 976-megawatt (MW) Gallatin Fossil Plant on the banks of the Cumberland River
in north-central Tennessee.
Meanwhile, a few hundred protesters gathered in a park along the nearby Cumberland River
You can witness this first hand across the Cumberland River
in the enclave of East Nashville, around neighbourhoods like Five Points, Historic Edgefield and East End.
Literary Matters, Cumberland River
Review, Puckerbrush Review, Valley
84-acre patch of vacant land on the snaking Cumberland River
nearby, as well as a 146-acre working farm in College Grove, Tenn.