Journeys of Discovery: From Muddy Pond to Cookeville, Tennessee

Jan 3, 2019

Correspondent Tom Wilmer continues his reporting from the Upper Cumberland region of Tennessee. 

Rosanna Horst talks about life in the Mennonite village of Muddy Pond, and Jeremy Crabtree, owner of Poet’s Coffee house talks about life in the university town of Cookeville. 

Beth Thompson, director of the Cookeville Depot Museum, shares her passion for bringing history to life for kids at the railroad museum, and Tom Allen, general manager at Dale Hollow Lake Sunset Marina, shares insights about houseboat rentals that draw vacationers from across America.

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