Archive | May, 2012



We love the food in Vicksburg so we thought we could also get a really great Southern breakfast there.  We asked the ladies last night at Rusty’s as to where the best breakfast in Vicksburg was.  In unison they replied, “Waffle House!”  I thought we needed another opinion so this morning I asked a staff […]

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Dixie Road Trip – Sweet Home Alabama!

Our first stop today was Montgomery, Alabama.  Our day began with the first Confederate White House.  Jefferson Davis and his wife Varina Howell lived here for about four months in early 1861.  Soon, the Confederate Legislature decided Montgomery was too hot and moved the capital to Richmond, Virginia.   I was surprised that Jefferson Davis reluctantly agreed to the presidency….and […]

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Dixie Road Trip – Biltmore and Woodstock

Started the day with a visit to the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina….with most of our focus on the mansion.  The estate sits on 8000 acres and the mansion itself covers 4 ½ acres.  The mansion was built between 1889 and 1895 and consists of 250 rooms and 43 bathrooms.  (In the 1890s most homes had no […]

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I 40 Eastbound

Dixie Road Trip – Dixie Driving

We left Bardstown this morning around 8:00, driving eastward on Route 150.  Saw lots of beautiful horse farms and and we saw many homes that looked as though they had been abandoned 100 years ago, except for the refrigerators on the porch and the new F150s in the drive.  Very interesting to see such contrasts on one […]

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