Our holiday season always begins with the annual Progressive Dinner in Jonesborough, Tennessee's oldest town.
Our temperatures dipped into the twenties last evening so I wore layers of red and black, knowing that we would be spending a bit of time outside as we visited each house on the tour.
The tour begins at the Chester Inn Museum.
At each stop along the guided bus tour there is live music, one course of the meal and a self guided tour of each of the historic homes.
This reclaimed barn wood table in a foyer was a work of art.
Old houses often have original hardware that prove hazardous for my high heels, such as this grate with huge holes. I experienced free falling for a moment in this 1920's house before I realized where I was standing!
The main course was served at Jonesborough’s new McKinney Cultural Arts Center at the historic Booker T. Washington School.
The highlight of the evening is always singing along with The Jonesborough Novelty Band.
A train traveled under this tree!
I am wearing a Geiger boiled wool jacket, a Talbot's long sleeve tee, a necklace from Coldwater Creek, a red scarf and black wide leg pants from Stein Mart, with black short boots from Belk. All the items are a couple of years old... (beauty of basics!)
Thank you for reading my blog! Have a lovely Sunday.
Susan Street is the President of VintageJewelrySupplies.com.