We can all use some good news and while this isn’t a major announcement, I feel that anything that changes the subject right now is a great thing.
Last week work was completed on the protective stone skirt under the footbridge to the 1787 Seth Babb Homestead. In all the mayhem of helping my mom move into an Active Sr. Living Community last week which was immediately followed by all the restrictions put in place over the weekend it slipped my mind.
Today, I’m working to return to some sense of normal and as the whole city/country/world is shut down I thought I’d start cleaning out that never ending pile of Babb memorabilia and news that forever is collecting on my desk.
Today I wanted to show you pictures of the new skirt which were graciously provided by Betty Fletcher of the Greeneville Greene County History Museum. In addition to Betty, I’d like to thank Zach & Angel Shaffer at Johnson City Stone Supply who also sent more pictures. They made this process effortless!
Stay safe and check back for more updates in the coming days.