We begin this week launching high above the waters of Lake Lanier as Host David Zelski flies with the guys from Flyboard Atlanta. We then journey to the Oatland Island Wildlife Center in Savannah where Host Christine befriends a few four-legged critters. Next, we brave the big time rapids of the Chattahoochee River at Whitewater Columbus. Later, we join Host Phil Proctor on the beautiful shores of St. Simons Island at the Historic King & Prince Beach and Golf Resort. And we meet up with Host Ashley Mengwasser in Rome, where natural beauty combines with architectural marvels and a touch of movie mystique at Berry College.
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For all the thrill seekers this is right up your alley. Step aboard the world's hippest pontoon boat known as cheeky pontiki where Bryan and his flyboard tech, Miller will teach you to fly. . .board that is. Soar up to 40 feet above the water like a bird or swim through it like a dolphin.
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Martha Berry’s one of the most important women in the twentieth century. She founded the Berry Schools in 1902. Berry College tour included a visit to the original cottage where Martha Berry first began educating the rural poor and just a stone’s throw from there is the college’s most frequented attraction and Martha Berry’s lifelong home, Oak Hill. Schedule a tour in advance by looking at the website where you can go through the dairy seethe cows being milked; see little calves being fed a bottle, and much more.
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The University of Georgia Bug Dawgs, a student group in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences' entomology department, host "The Beers and the Bees. With live bee exhibit, edible insect tastings and education materials explaining the benefits of pollination.
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