In the early morning at Blackberry Farm, a country resort located in Walland, Tenn., you can sit in the quiet dining room and eat eggs gathered from the hen house, hot buttermilk biscuits slathered with sorghum butter and honey from the farm's beehives, and thick slabs of sweet bacon and red flannel hash while watching the sun spread its misty light in myriad colors over the farm's 4,200 acres and the Great Smoky Mountains beyond.
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