This page may contain affiliate links. In addition to sharing our personal experiences, we often write about products and services that we use ourselves or that we believe would be a helpful resource for you. To support our work, and remain a free website, we receive a commission from some of the links we share.
When we bought our property on Dale Hollow Lake, we wondered just how much snow would fall in that area during the winter months.
Dale Hollow Lake is a couple hours north of Nashville, and a tad east (it’s fairly close to “the plateau”).
So yesterday morning, we hopped in the car to check out the freshly fallen snow on our property.
Dale Hollow Lake’s Snowy Roads
It was evident that we were the first to traverse these roads on this particular snowy morning…
Fortunately, we had our 4WD Jeep, should any ‘sticky situations’ arise.
Then, there were those spots where the snow had been melted by the morning sun, but what remained was: ‘black ice’…
A Little Snowy Fun On Our Lakefront Property In The Winter:
…all told, only an inch of snow fell in northern Middle Tennessee on this particular day.
We've gone through the entire process of designing and planning every single detail of our dream log home! We have the blueprints… and the land… and the contractor… and the goal for our log cabin home to be our retirement home. Before you build (or buy) a log home, I have a slew of helpful tips for you — to plan, design, build, decorate, and maintain your very own rustic modern log home. When I'm not fine-tuning the log home of my dreams, you'll find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).