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  • “I have swept away your offenses like a cloud, your sins like the morning mist. Return to me, for I have redeemed you.” ISAIAH 44:22 Happy #Sunday friends! This is a long shot but if anyone seeing this is affiliated with the Knox Asian Festival, we would love to set up as a vendor today as our previous plans fell through. DM us with any info. Our devotional post was inspired by 📸: @rebeccahelenphoto Regardless of everyone’s plans today, we hope you’re able to #optoutside and enjoy the #865LIFE. #lifebyHisdesign
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    @865life

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park Townsend Entrance

    “I have swept away your offenses like a cloud, your sins like the morning mist. Return to me, for I have redeemed you.” ISAIAH 44:22 Happy #Sunday friends! This is a long shot but if anyone seeing this is affiliated with the Knox Asian Festival, we would love to set up as a vendor today as our previous plans fell through. DM us with any info. Our devotional post was inspired by 📸: @rebeccahelenphoto Regardless of everyone’s plans today, we hope you’re able to #optoutside and enjoy the #865LIFE. #lifebyHisdesign

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  • Happy Sunday! 😃 We’re up and getting ready for church this morning! It’s going to be an amazing morning of worship + we will be continuing through our Core Values, talking about relationships. See you soon!⠀
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10am⠀
170 John France Road⠀
Jonesborough, TN 37659
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    @grace_meadows_church

    Jonesborough, Tennessee

    Happy Sunday! 😃 We’re up and getting ready for church this morning! It’s going to be an amazing morning of worship + we will be continuing through our Core Values, talking about relationships. See you soon!⠀
    _______⠀
    10am⠀
    170 John France Road⠀
    Jonesborough, TN 37659

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  • Getting ready for upcoming 🎄 Holiday Edition Social Media workshop on Tuesday in JC and I wanted to wear a vintage 🎅 sweater for the occasion! Which one is your fav? I really wear the white one during the holiday season and have worn the Christmas vest one to daughters’ school Holiday program! 🤶🏻
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    @valentinaeg

    Johnson City, Tennessee

    Getting ready for upcoming 🎄 Holiday Edition Social Media workshop on Tuesday in JC and I wanted to wear a vintage 🎅 sweater for the occasion! Which one is your fav? I really wear the white one during the holiday season and have worn the Christmas vest one to daughters’ school Holiday program! 🤶🏻

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  • The Value of Community Fitness

This baselines in an informed decision

How willing are you to invest in your health today?!
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The more you are informed about how diet and lifestyle choices are connected to chronic illness, the legitimacy for investing in your health for the long term grows significantly. Community fitness provides the information that the $325 billion annual Pharmaceutical industry won’t, and Pharma isn’t the only ones hiding the data that could inform the prevention on chronic disease

Bottom line: poor lifestyle equates to over a trillion dollar annual industry in the USA. Which means as you grow older—you could be spending much more than you would have on a Community Fitness Experience (e.g. medications). Your body is resilient and can fight! You’re not alone, treat this as an investment in your family and your personal wellbeing 🐣
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#Humility #Drive #Gratitude
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#CrossFitHatch #CrossFit #DowntownJC #JohnsonCity #EastTennessee #Functional #Squat #Speed #Agility #Endurance #Power #Strength #Community #Clean #Snatch #Run #Jump #Health #Lifestyle #Appalachian
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    @crossfithatch

    The Value of Community Fitness

    This baselines in an informed decision

    How willing are you to invest in your health today?!
    .
    The more you are informed about how diet and lifestyle choices are connected to chronic illness, the legitimacy for investing in your health for the long term grows significantly. Community fitness provides the information that the $325 billion annual Pharmaceutical industry won’t, and Pharma isn’t the only ones hiding the data that could inform the prevention on chronic disease

    Bottom line: poor lifestyle equates to over a trillion dollar annual industry in the USA. Which means as you grow older—you could be spending much more than you would have on a Community Fitness Experience (e.g. medications). Your body is resilient and can fight! You’re not alone, treat this as an investment in your family and your personal wellbeing 🐣
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    #Humility #Drive #Gratitude
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    #CrossFitHatch #CrossFit #DowntownJC #JohnsonCity #EastTennessee #Functional #Squat #Speed #Agility #Endurance #Power #Strength #Community #Clean #Snatch #Run #Jump #Health #Lifestyle #Appalachian

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Top #JohnsonCity Posts

  • We love the accessibility of this scenic waterfall. This tiny slot canyon found right next door to Linville Falls offers all kinds of different compositions for photographers. Hard to beat some of the hidden gems in Linville Gorge!
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    @wncphototours

    Linville Gorge Wilderness

    We love the accessibility of this scenic waterfall. This tiny slot canyon found right next door to Linville Falls offers all kinds of different compositions for photographers. Hard to beat some of the hidden gems in Linville Gorge!

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  • Rocky Mount in Piney Flats, Tennessee was established in 1770-1772 when William Cobb brought his family from North Carolina and settled on the Watuaga River and building a log home. During the American Revolution he helped to supply the Overmountain men with supplies on their way to the Battle of King’s Mountain – a strategic turning point in the American Revolution. Following the failure of the new state of Franklin around 1788-89, the area around Rocky Mount was officially formed into the Territory South of the River Ohio.
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Because William Cobb remained neutral in local politics, his home was well suited as the temporary capital of the territory. It was also decided that the new Governor, William Blount, would be housed here. Mr. Blount was appointed by George Washington and lived with the Cobbs for two years. Rocky Mount was the territory capital from 1790-1792. The territory became the state of Tennessee in 1796.
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Other notable pioneers and politicians enjoyed Cobb’s hospitality including Daniel Boone, John Sevier, and Andrew Jackson who spent six weeks there waiting for his license to practice law in nearby Jonesborough, Tennessee.
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Today the property is owned by the State of Tennessee and has been operated by the Rocky Mount Historical Association and the Tennessee Historical Commission since 1962. #southernreverie
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    @southernreverie

    Rocky Mount State Historic Site

    Rocky Mount in Piney Flats, Tennessee was established in 1770-1772 when William Cobb brought his family from North Carolina and settled on the Watuaga River and building a log home. During the American Revolution he helped to supply the Overmountain men with supplies on their way to the Battle of King’s Mountain – a strategic turning point in the American Revolution. Following the failure of the new state of Franklin around 1788-89, the area around Rocky Mount was officially formed into the Territory South of the River Ohio.
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    Because William Cobb remained neutral in local politics, his home was well suited as the temporary capital of the territory. It was also decided that the new Governor, William Blount, would be housed here. Mr. Blount was appointed by George Washington and lived with the Cobbs for two years. Rocky Mount was the territory capital from 1790-1792. The territory became the state of Tennessee in 1796.
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    Other notable pioneers and politicians enjoyed Cobb’s hospitality including Daniel Boone, John Sevier, and Andrew Jackson who spent six weeks there waiting for his license to practice law in nearby Jonesborough, Tennessee.
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    Today the property is owned by the State of Tennessee and has been operated by the Rocky Mount Historical Association and the Tennessee Historical Commission since 1962. #southernreverie

  •  1,314  14  7 June, 2019
  • The kitchen garden dates back as far as the Middle Ages and was prominent in our own colonial America. Many household journals refer to a kitchen garden, separate than the vegetable garden, and historical gardening books detail how to best assemble and cultivate a kitchen garden. It was essentially a plot of land tended to yield food for the family but that also had some visual appeal. The kitchen garden would most often include vegetables, herbs, along with edible and nonedible flowers. In France it is called a “potager” (garden providing vegetables for the pot) which seeks to grow vegetables and herbs but to also be aesthetically beautiful year-round. Kitchen gardens in the United States began to lose popularity in the late 1800s as the nation industrialized and fruits and vegetables were more readily available for purchase. During the First and Second World Wars the kitchen garden reemerged as the center of the grass-roots movement for “victory gardens.” Today kitchen gardens have gained in popularity once again for growing healthy vegetables and herbs in a beautiful way. #southernreverie
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    @southernreverie

    Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site

    The kitchen garden dates back as far as the Middle Ages and was prominent in our own colonial America. Many household journals refer to a kitchen garden, separate than the vegetable garden, and historical gardening books detail how to best assemble and cultivate a kitchen garden. It was essentially a plot of land tended to yield food for the family but that also had some visual appeal. The kitchen garden would most often include vegetables, herbs, along with edible and nonedible flowers. In France it is called a “potager” (garden providing vegetables for the pot) which seeks to grow vegetables and herbs but to also be aesthetically beautiful year-round. Kitchen gardens in the United States began to lose popularity in the late 1800s as the nation industrialized and fruits and vegetables were more readily available for purchase. During the First and Second World Wars the kitchen garden reemerged as the center of the grass-roots movement for “victory gardens.” Today kitchen gardens have gained in popularity once again for growing healthy vegetables and herbs in a beautiful way. #southernreverie

  •  1,196  24  6 June, 2019