Thursday, October 9, 2008

This Week: Coast South (St. Simons) and Historic South (Macon)

On this episode of Georgia Traveler, its off to Georgia's beautiful southern coast. St. Simons Island is the destination city where we explore mysterious tree spirits, historic Christ Church, colonial foundations at Fort Frederica and a lighthouse that dates to 1872. David Zelski shows us how millionaires once vacationed on Jekyll Island. Discover Georgia's first British outpost at Fort King George in Darien and follow Phil Proctor as he invades Brunswick's annual Stewbilee.

GeorgiaTraveler Episode 101- Coast South (St. Simons) airs this Friday, October 10 at 9 PM, Saturday, October 11 at 7 PM and Wednesday, October 15 at 7:30 PM.


On this episode of Georgia Traveler, its off to Georgia's Historic South. Macon is our destination city which we visit during the famous Cherry Blossom Festival. Gerald Bryant explores the Music and Sports Halls of Fame and finds the geographic center of Georgia, we think. David Zelski visits Fitzgerald and meets some interesting residents. Phil Proctor helps cook that old southern classic- chicken and dumplings- at the Blue Willow Inn in Social Circle. Keely Muse takes us on a tour of historic Milledgeville, and its off to Perry for the Georgia National Fair.

Georgia Traveler 106- Historic South (Macon) airs on GPB Knowledge this Saturday, October 11 at 8 PM and Sunday, October 12 at 8 AM.

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