September 1st, 2014












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Augusta, Georgia
Augusta is best known for hosting the Masters. Each April, as the world watches, the best golfers from around the globe challenge the venerable course at Augusta National Golf Club, vying for the distinct honor of wearing the coveted green jacket presented to the...
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Brunswick, Georgia
Of course, the water surrounding Brunswick and the Golden Isles is a big enticement. The town seems to be surrounded by water, from the moment you cross the Sidney Lanier Bridge, which spans the South Brunswick River. Offshore and sport fishing beckon anglers, and boat tours, kayaking, sailboat charters and a host of other water-based activities are...
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Jekyll Island, Georgia
Unlike many island communities, where condos and homes are packed as tightly as possible, Jekyll has retained its natural beauty. By law, only 35 percent of the island can be developed, leaving nearly two thirds of Jekyll in its original, natural state. This limited development–along with limited access to Jekyll Island itself–keeps the...
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Savannah, Georgia
Savannah’s Historic District, a National Historic Landmark, features many restored buildings, including The Pirates’ House, an inn mentioned in Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island”; The Herb House, the oldest building in Georgia; The Pink House, the...
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St. Simons Island, Georgia
Spanish explorers seeking gold visited the island more than 400 years ago, finding instead on today’s Golden Isles breathtaking beauty and a temperate climate. But the peace of the Mocama mission was not to last. In 1702, James Moore of...
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FUN FACT: There are actually fewer rednecks on Georgia than in Michigan. They just call 'em something different up there.






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