Show 607 – Camp FaSoLa

You’ve heard his rendition of Hank Williams’ “Tear In My Beer,” so now it’s time for him to take a stab at shape note singing. Jim Allen head to Camp Lee in Anniston to learn this old-timey musical tradition during Camp FaSoLa.

At one time, the Cruise family showed horses. But once Jennifer and Robert added five daughters to their clan, they figured it’d be easier to travel to shows with a smaller animal. That’s part of the reason they got into showing dogs with the American Kennel Club. Jade Randolph heads to Blount County to meet the Cruises and their five fine canines.

Farm-to-table events and farmers markets are great places for consumers to learn more about where their food comes from and who produced it. But there are plenty of other products we all use on a daily basis that come from agricultural goods, such as denim jeans. Kevin Worthington finds out how the Newbys of Limestone County have worked with Wrangler to bring a similar farm-to-fabric concept to the company’s Rooted collection of jeans.

Indoor gardening doesn’t have to be limited to house plants. Sidney Phelps shares tips about growing herbs indoors, as well as products offered through Bonnie Plants that can make this task a breeze including a light and different kinds of planters.

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