Down Memory Lane: Ledford Mill

Betsy and I did some waterfalling on Valentine’s Day back in 2009.  We didn’t stray out of our part of Tennessee, but we still saw several new waterfalls.  Two of those waterfalls were at Ledford Mill, in Wartrace (near Tullahoma), Tennessee.

Ledford Mill is a historic  gristmill at the head of Shipman’s Creek.  It was built in 1884 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.  Several years ago it was converted into a 3-room bread and breakfast.

One of the rooms, the Falls Room, opens to a garden that contains two waterfalls, Ledford Mill Falls and Pond Falls.  While neither waterfall is especially large, the garden is very pleasant.  Although we didn’t spend the night at the mill, the owners graciously allowed us to visit the garden and the waterfalls.

To see these pictures and others, click HERE.

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9 Responses to “Down Memory Lane: Ledford Mill”

  1. Mildred Says:

    Beautiful pictures George. What a perfect place for you and Betsy to visit. Thanks for sharing your trip with us. Have a great day.

  2. Sandra Says:

    you will have to add this collage to your website of waterfalls, betsy is a big part of your waterfall photos and this is very fitting and GOOD

  3. Rose Says:

    You need to take Betsy back there to spend the night some time! I bet she would love it.

  4. Ruth Hiebrt Says:

    Thanks for the trip down memory lane.These falls are pretty,and I bet the sound of the water would be wonderful.

  5. busy bee suz Says:

    A beautiful and WET collage George!

  6. Kathy Ariano Says:

    I think it’s amazing that you can do these outdoor jaunts in February!!! Maybe we should move!

  7. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    Betsy looks tickled pink! The two of you must have found this after you had already booked a room elsewhere.

  8. Karin Says:

    Very lovely collage George! So much fun!

  9. ann new zealand Says:

    Did your tramp to the fall or did you let the water pound on your hair like the CBS survivor shows? I really would like to do the latter like when I was 18 in Borneo when the weather nd water was hot.

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