After participating in a most moving ceremony, we moved into the woods where you can still visit the foxholes from WWII. We were put on the frontline where the Americans would have been on one side of the road and the Germans on the other. Due to the forest floor covering, this is a very quiet place. It is quite beautiful and peaceful. Very difficult to imagine that such carnage took place here 80 years ago.

Thank you to the Borderless Arts Tennessee board who approved this project.

A huge thank you to several individuals who provided funding support to make this incredible experience possible.

Robbie Ammons (Board member)
Tony Brown
Veronica Crook
Penley Produce Vacation Homes

Public Consulting Group
Robert Rhinehart
Alicia Stewart

We can never thank you enough!