Host David Zelski visits Whitesburg, Georgia and the Historic Banning Mills, while hosts Rickey Bevington and Kat Carney go "glamping" at the Martyn House. Host Bruce Burkhardt shares a little known secret within Atlanta's booming airline industry.
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Nestled in the Snake Creek Gorge in Whitesburg, Georgia, Historic Banning Mills, offers guests a unique combination of peaceful country living and high adrenaline zip-line adventures. In fact, Banning Mills boasts the largest continuous zip-line canopy tour in the world. During this visit, David explores the ruins of what was the birthplace of the modern day paper industry and is joined by Kat as they zip-line over these same ruins and across the Snake Creek Gorge.
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It is one of Atlanta's hidden gems… The Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum. Among its attractions is a single engine Travel Air, similar to the first airplanes Delta used to transport passengers. Also, a perfectly restored DC 3 that came online in 1941, the year that Delta moved to Atlanta. There are exhibits that show how Delta evolved from a Louisiana crop dusting company into one of the world's largest airlines and Atlanta's biggest employer. Until now, the museum has been available mainly to Delta employees and guests. But now, Delta would like to share with a wider audience this fascinating look at commercial aviation in the 20th century.
Muscadine wine is big business in Georgia, we visit Still Pond a 50 year old vineyard who has grown their business and is now one of Georgia’s premiere wineries. Located in Arlington, just west of Albany you’ll find the sweet tasting southern tradition that the family owned and operated winery carries on still today.
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