Welcome to Season 4 – The Warner Parks
May 15, 2018
Welcome to season 4! This season’s highpoints are a diverse lot ranging from the mild to the dramatic, from the wilds of the Northwoods to the desert of the American Southwest. I believe you will find something for everyone in these episodes.
As you will see I continue to build on the “hidden history” theme of last season. The upcoming episodes will continue to explore the geography, history, and other topics of interest around the state highpoints we visit and climb. The episodes are getting longer, the writing is improving, and as a team we are hitting our stride.
For the Season 4 introduction episode I wanted to highlight the Warner Parks. It is the crown jewel of the Nashville Metro Park system and one of the largest urban parks in the United States. In particular, I wanted to showcase the newest edition to the parks, the Burch Reserve. It is a cool area with a primitive trail system that just opened to the public in April. I plan on spending more time exploring it in the future. If you are in Nashville and want a quick escape then the Warner Parks are the place to go.
I hope you enjoy Season 4 of Rooftops of America; it was fun to produce and took the hard work of many people to bring it to fruition. As always if you enjoy the series, please subscribe on YouTube and consider donating to the GoFundMe Campaign. Join me as we go highpointing around the USA. I’ll see you out there!