On a recent trip to Nashville, we stumbled on the village of Leiper’s Fork. We’d found a perfect storybook cottage nearby, about 30 miles south of Nashville and at the foot of the Natchez Trace. This eclectic community of musicians, artists, the famous, the not-yet-famous, fabulous restaurants and curious shops was so welcoming we spent far more time in Leiper’s Fork than we did in Nashville.
One of our favorite shops was Finds In The Fork, full of all things musical including a selection of ukeleles, one of a kind guitars, a picking corner and lots and lots of vinyl. Patrick was in heaven, finding several records he absolutely had to have.
Fortunately, they liked Romany House too, ordering a good supply of record cratesand caddies just in time for Record Store Day. We are thrilled, not just because Romany House is featured in another unique record store, but also because we have a good reason to revisit this wonderful village on a regular basis.
If you’ve never been to Leiper’s Fork, go. Make sure you visit Finds in the Fork, say hi to Karen & Scott and ask about the shop’s roots.
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