Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Duncan Hines Scenic Byway

My newest article is titled How to Tour the Duncan Hines Scenic Byway.

While we were in Bowling Green, we stopped by the Hardy and Son Funeral Home. A gentleman there by the name of Bill Hardy came out as we were taking pictures of the Duncan Hines Historical Marker. He ask us if we would like to come in and take a behind the scenes tour of the funeral home.

Mr. Hardy is the 3rd generation owner of the funeral home. It was originally purchased by his grandfather, just after Duncan Hines passed away. What is now the Hardy and Son Funeral Home, was once the home and office of Duncan Hines himself!

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Bowling Green, KY

Recently, I was able to travel to the city of Bowling Green, Kentucky. While I was there, I stayed with some friends who lived in Glasgow. Glasgow is in between Bowling Green and Cave City. It is expected that there home sits atop part of the Mammoth Cave system, as do most houses in the area.

Our goal for the trip was to visit the Duncan Hines Scenic Byway. So, we started off our day by driving to the Hardy and Sons Funeral Home, formerly home/office of Duncan Hines.

There are a number of things to see and do in Bowling Green, including the location of the plant that makes every Chevrolet Corvette. Plus, a number of things to do and see for free.

How to Travel to Bowling Green, Ky on a Budget.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Mobile, Alabama

For those of you who have never been to Mobile, AL, you are missing out on the city where the first Mardi Gras, documented in America, ever took place!

This excellent city has an abundance of energy flowing as you enjoy the beauty and historic sites.

Here is an article for any one who would like to travel to Mobile, but needs to watch their dollars and cents. How to Travel to Mobile, AL on a Budget.