Virginia, West Virginia,
Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina
703-1 Cinnamon Log Cabin-
Visit the small towns nestled in the foothills of the Appalachians and
you will find many log homes. As these towns were settled it was difficult
to bring building materials into the mountains, so often the local trees
were used to create log cabins; but none smell as sweet as our cinnamon
703-2 Palmetto Bug – People in the south wouldn’t
think a bug was worthy of a television spot but we just had to have
one creepy, crawly on this season. Bugs flourish in warm, humid climates.
703-3 Cardinal and Dogwood Sachet – Both Virginia
and North Carolina share the same state bird and flower: the cardinal
and the dogwood. In fact cardinals are the most popular state bird all
across the United States, found in 7 different states, second is the
703-4 Kitty Hawk – On December 17, 1903, Wilbur
and Orville Wright made the world’s first powered airplane flight
in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
703-5 Tramp Art – This is an American folk art
consisting of chip carving on cigar boxes and fruit crates. Soldiers
of the Civil War passed around the carving technique. It is generally
incorrect that tramps and hobos did this work as payment for rooms and
meals – but that is where the name came from.