First and foremost, our hearts break with our local community after the terrible destruction that took place this past Tuesday morning. We ask that you join us in prayer for the long-term recovery and healing of our neighbors, many whom lost not only their houses, but family members as well.
Regarding Sulfur Ridge itself, the property did not receive any damage from the storms and is still operating normally. The main damage area is located two miles south of the treehouse. The primary road, Highway 56, is open and guests are still able to get to the property without any issue.
Unfortunately, our house was in the direct path of the destruction. We are blessed in that the only damage done to our personal residence was on the roof and a couple of trees in the yard. However, our neighbors were not so lucky. As we continue to try to help them put the pieces back together, we appreciate your patience in our responses to inquiries or questions.
Life can change in an instant so let’s continue to show each other grace, love, and patience. We love you all.
Trent and Susan Dyer
If you would like to donate to the victims of these storms, you can donate to the Cookeville/Putnam County Relief Fund through either Venmo (@CookevillePutnamCountyTornado), PayPal (@CookevillePutnamCountyTornadoReliefFund), contacting one of the 19 Bank of Putnam County locations directly via phone.