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Tennessee Home - Silver Thunder Alpacas is proud of their new hometown - Greeneville, Tennessee

We love Tennessee. So glad we made the move to come here.
Here's a few pictures from the Greatest State in the Land of the Free.

Tennessee is beautiful!
And Northeast Tennessee is the very best part.


Greysburg Hills in full autumn foliage.

Greysburg Hills on a wintery frosty sunrise.

Storm blowing in over the Kingsport Highway.

Early morning rain in northern Greene County.

View from the backyard of our rental house.

Bidding a fond farewell to the rental house of our first year in Tennessee.

Our new house taking shape in May of 2005.

Foggy morning mist in early Spring.

Appalachian view. Looking south from the Bald Mountains (near our house) towards the Great Smoky Mountains in the far distance.

Glorious sunset from our front porch. Silver Thunder at it's best.

Asheville Highway Bridge over the Nolichuckey River.
(A new bridge has since been built. This view is no longer possible.)

The Cannonball in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

Main Street Greeneville on a beautiful December day.
(Note: The Cannonball Church is the tallest steeple, just right of center.)

Greeneville Christmas Parade, 2004.

Did we mention that We LOVE it here.

Thanks again for visiting our website,
Chuck and Nancy

Silver Thunder Alpacas
Greeneville, Tennessee



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This page last updated 10/10/06