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February 02, 2017
Season 30 | Episode 31
This week on Tennessee Crossroads: Some entrepreneurs from Williamson County are putting a new twist on a classic garment -- the flannel shirt. An artist in Leipers Fork creates custom jewelry with vintage and eclectic charms. We head to the Johnson Family Farm in Dunlap for some down home country cookin'. And finally, a stop at an old mill turned bed and breakfast in the Cumberland Gap.
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It's interesting to discover how many creative cottage industries have sprung up in Middle TN. All thanks to people who turn their ideas into reality. Tennessee Crossroads met a Franklin, TN couple who put a new spin on an old favorite wearable. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Franklin Flannels.
Olde Mill Inn Bed & Breakfast
Cumberland Gap, TN
During the late nineteenth century, there were about 3,000 working mills in Tennessee, including saw, textile, and grain mills. Today there are only a handful of these historic mills still in operation. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to keep them running. Tennessee Crossroads takes us to Cumberland Gap to visit a family that not only keeps the town's old mill running, they've turned it into a Bed and Breakfast. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.