Georgia

Senoia, Georgia: Home Of The Walking Dead

On a recent road trip, I needed a half way point to stop for the night on a longer than usual journey.  Atlanta was the biggest city that jumped out as I quickl...

Otis Redding Still Thrives In Macon, GA

This year will mark 50 years since the tragic plane crash that killed legendary musician Otis Redding.  Mr. Redding was just 26 years old in 1967 and already a ...

Meeting The Muppets In Atlanta

When I was a child, Kermit The Frog was my hero.  Watching Jim Henson's most popular creation hosting The Muppet Show probably inspired me to become a host, ent...

World Of Coca-Cola

God help the poor waitress that asks me "Can I start you off with something to drink?"  If she proceeds to tick off a list of Pepsi products - I'm always compe...
Stone Mountain Park

Stone Mountain Park

You've heard me use the phrase "road quirk".  That's my fun way to describe things that are sort of unusual, unique and often silly but still make for a great p...

Walking Around Savannah

People generally have the same reaction when you tell them you'll be visiting Savannah, Georgia.  They tend to make that weird sound that can't really be spelle...

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library

While I never discuss my political thoughts in these stories, I'll be completely honest and tell you up front that Jimmy Carter is not exactly my favorite Presi...

Historic Clock Tower

// Look up from almost anywhere in Rome, Georgia and you'll see this historic clock tower. You've probably never had a reason to visit the small town of Rome.  ...
Martin Luther King Jr Historic Site

Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site

// Visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. historic site wasn't on the calendar but I shaved off a few minutes here and there at my other stops so I could pay m...