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Hiking the Appalachian Trail with Jennifer Pharr Davis

Hiking the Appalachian Trail with Jennifer Pharr Davis

Jennifer Pharr Davis is a record breaker.

Not only has she hiked the Appalachian Trail multiple times, but she’s also the first woman to be the overall record holder – hiking 2,181 miles in 46 days, 11 hours and 20 minutes!

She’s hiked thousands of miles all over the world including Mount Kilimanjaro, the Inca Trail in Peru and the Bibbulmun Track in Australia… just to name a few.

But her love of the Appalachian Trail is undeniable and expressed in her hiking memoir Becoming Odyssa.

Listen as Jennifer shares her personal journey hiking the Appalachian Trail in record time in this exclusive interview…


Feed Your Soul; Memphis, Tennessee

Home of the Blues and the spot where the King of Rock and Roll crafted his mansion, GracelandMemphis has more than the average number of high notes.

Complementing the auditory pleasures of Memphis are the saliva inducing pork barbeques synonymous with the city.

Memphis will welcome you with a harmonica hum all year round, but you’d be mad to miss May in Memphis, the city’s month long extravaganza of food and music that will feed and soothe your soul.


Explore the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee

With over nine million visitors each year, The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is America’s most visited national park and one of the largest natural areas in the United States.


Get Country at the CMA Festival; Nashville, Tennessee

Are you a die-hard country fan?

Does Garth Brooks make you teary-eyed with his heart felt swooning, or Tim McGraw make you want to ride off into the sunset with a good ole mate?

Then instead of waiting for your favorite artists to come to town, head to Nashville for the CMA’s where all the biggest names in Country will be under one roof.Continue

Natchez Trace Parkway; Mississippi, Alabama, Tennesee

The Natchez Trace Parkway extends for 444 miles (715km) from Natchez, Mississippi, through Alabama, to Nashville, Tennessee and unveils the history of Native American trails and European settlement.  Every year, thousands of people drive the scenic parkway while visiting landmarks and historic sites along the way.Continue