Lindsay Ferrier

Lindsay Ferrier is a wife, mom, stepmom, freelance travel writer, and author of the blog Suburban Turmoil. She lives just over the Franklin border and loves exploring the area with her kids, her husband, and all by herself! Lindsay loves all things outdoors, local history, and great food. She's excited to share her finds with you.

The Haunting Experiences on a Franklin Ghost Tour

September 29, 2020

It’s no surprise a historic town like Franklin has an ample supply of supernatural stories, and you can learn all about them on Franklin on Foot’s popular Ghost Tour. The family-friendly…

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The Best Places in Franklin To Explore With Teens in Tow

August 25, 2020

There was a time when I believed that once my kids were teenagers, our family trips would be easier and more meaningful. As soon as they reached adolescence, I just…

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7 Ways to Get Outdoors in Franklin

July 28, 2020

With a more limited selection of entertainment options these days, there’s literally never been a better time to enjoy the great outdoors — and in that department, Franklin has all…

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Your Guide To The Best Biking In Williamson County

June 26, 2020

Williamson County’s rolling hills and scenic vistas make it a favorite destination for cyclists in Tennessee. Whether you’re seeking a challenging 30-mile ride or just want a safe and easy…

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Great Hikes Around Franklin

March 20, 2020

Franklin’s hiking and biking trails are one of its best-kept secrets; they offer welcome relief from the crowded park trails and greenways in the area. I’ve spent the last couple…

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7 Surprising Facts You’ll Learn on a Franklin Walking Tour!

February 26, 2020

There’s no better way to learn about downtown Franklin’s rich history than on a walking tour with Franklin on Foot’s Margie Thessin. She’s been showing off the city to visitors…

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Favorite Finds at the Winter Farmers Market in Franklin

January 29, 2020

As much as I love a Tennessee winter, it’s tough when the temperatures plummet, and I have to say goodbye to the bounty of local fruits and vegetables sold at…

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The Christmas Trees of Your Dreams in Franklin

November 26, 2019

Jamie Reid Faircloth and his wife, Laura, call themselves ‘pantsers’ — people who fly by the seat of their pants. The couple spent their first years of marriage moving whenever…

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