Join David Zelski as he visits the Georgia coast at Tybee Island. Later, he goes blackhawk fly fishing on the Soque River, and he also travels to Batesville to learn all about pottery with the Mark of the Potter. In the meantime, Kat travels "The Road to Thomasville" and visits Liam's Restaurant.
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Tybee Island, Ga.
Tybee Island is the closest beach for most Georgians, but did you know that this little Island was once a strategic military point for several American wars and later one of the biggest vacation spots on the entire East Coast? Times have changed over the years, but as David finds out, the island’s charm and natural beauty remains the same.
Travel LinksTybee Island Light Station and Museum :: Tybee Island Online :: City of Tybee
The Soque River begins and ends in Habersham County, but this little river holds a secret that lies beneath the surface. The trout that brave these unusually cold Georgia waters grow larger and stronger than most, and as David finds out, Blackhawk Fly-fishing is one of the few places you can go to experience the fishing trip of a lifetime.
Travel LinksBlackhawk Fly Fishing
Since 1969, there’s been an interesting little shop on the banks of the Soque River in Batesville. Once an old Grist mill, the founders of Mark of the Potter have turned it into one of the South’s most well known pottery shops, and as David discovers, there’s more to this old mill in the mountains than meets the eye.
Travel LinksMark of the Potter