Enjoying the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tenn.
It was the first weekend of October 2012, when autumn was just beginning to creep rusty reds up the tips of the leaves, and some 10,000 visitors had flooded Tennessee's oldest town (usual population: 5,100) for the National Storytelling Festival — the crowning event, now four decades old, of the self-proclaimed storytelling capital of the world. Check out these photos and click here for the related article.
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National Storytelling Festival
A pallette of reds, yellows and oranges had begun to show on the drive up Roan Mountain in northeast Tennessee.