Now you must expect the unexpected in Ozone. My friend Beastie lives in Ozone and we decided to go hiking around the small town. If you are driving through be sure not to sneeze, because you might miss it. Heading east on route 70 the first thing that you come to in Ozone is the falls parking area on your right hand side. A quick walk leads you to the upper part of the falls. Beastie was telling me an old mill used to be located here. If you want to take the 15 minute hike to the bottom of the falls its probably smart to put on some good boots. The climb is rather steep and slippery. Many people swim in the small pool below the falls in the summer time. Beastie says watch out for water moccasins!
I took this picture of the railroad crossing. Upon editing my photo I noticed an unidentified flying object in the upper left side. Surely it must be some debris on the lens?
Ozone has a neat looking train trestle. Beastie and I were sitting on some rocks overlooking the falls and a train passed through.
Be sure with pure. Rick’s has fallen on hard times.
Neat old estate that everyone is hoping will be saved.
Beastie and I walked to the top of the hill and paid our respects in the Community Cemetery.
Volunteers do a good job of keeping the Cemetery neat and tidy.
The Rice family had some tough times. Beastie and I were deeply moved by their plight. Makes you aware of your blessings.
Beastie’s dog Lucy looking at something in the sky.
The legendary female Pro Wrestler “Beastie the Road Warrior” and her dog Lucy.
Old Studebaker abandoned in someones yard. The guy has what looked like to be a dozen abandoned cars in his yard (guess I should of took a picture of them all).
Well that pretty much sums up Ozone, Tennessee. A small slice of the USA.