David receives firsthand knowledge about deep sea fishing from Savannah’s very own Captain Judy Helmey and he steers over to Tubby’s Tank House in Thunderbolt to cook up their catch. We then head with Michelle to Barnesville's Buggy Days to celebrate the town’s heritage as the former Buggy Capital of the South. Next we’re off to Cartersville to the massive Booth Museum of Western Art, home to the world’s largest permanent exhibit of Western Art. Then we roll with Ashley to experience the modern-day revival of women’s roller derby with the Atlanta Rollergirls, who are quickly ramping up as the hottest league in town. All that and more on this week's Georgia Traveler.
In the fishing charter business since 1956, Miss Judy has become a legendary Savannah angler. David hits the deep blue sea on a fishing adventure with Miss Judy, catching a few fresh favorites for the local Savannah restaurants.
David visits Booth Western Museum’s where the triennial exhibition features the home to the world’s largest permanent exhibit of Western Art. David learns what defines western art and explores the children’s area, the Sage Brush Ranch where kids can create their own cowboy, cow girl artwork.
Join Ashley as she experiences the athletic feats of the Atlanta Rollergirls in a modern-day revival of women’s roller derby. Performing at the Shriner’s Temple in Atlanta, four teams conclude their eight-month season with some spunky skating at the Derby Mania VII Championship.