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The lack of a state income tax (for most people) and the beauty of the state. Tennessee For Trump Flag. The state spends a lot on road maintenance, so while this can be an annoyance sometimes, the roads are easy for traveling and have beautiful scenery along the way. In East Tennessee, you have the Smokey Mountains with lots of fun things to do in the Tri-Cities, Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge, Knoxville, and Chattanooga. In Middle Tennessee, you have Nashville, the home of country music and the capital of the state. It’s the 3rd most visited US city by foreign travelers (behind New York and Orlando). So lots of touristy things to do here, and Nashville is conveniently located about 2.5 hrs or less away from a lot of other great tourist cities in both our state and surrounding states. Finally, West Tennessee has Memphis and is home to Beale Street, Graceland, wonderful food, and lots of history itself that developed along the banks of the Mississippi.

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It’s been a fantastic place to grow up and live, and I could talk a lot about all of the things to see and do. However, like most East Tennesseans, I’ll tell you there’s nothing like a crisp Fall Saturday filled with watching UT football, driving through the Smokey Mountains to view the turning foliage, berry and pumpkin picking at one of the many small farms along the roadsides, and maybe ending the evening with the family at one of our several remaining drive-in theaters. Of course, we were always home in time to get up the next day for Sunday morning church service, especially in the small towns. Tennessee For Trump Flag. And I would say that was something that contributed to another “best thing about living in Tennessee” – in a day and time when a sense of community can feel largely lost, it still exists here. For example, we lost my uncle last week, and since then, there has been no shortage of neighbors and church friends showing up at my aunt’s house with a plate of food and time enough to visit to ease her pain of loss and loneliness.

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