The coolest vintage trailers ever on Tybee Island in April

Caravan Tour of Vintage Trailer - Vintage Style Sisters on the Fly are coming back to Tybee Island! Sisters on the Fly is a group of over 1500 women from all over the country with a penchant for fly fishing, poker, campfires and traveling in vintage trailers. This colorful group and their adorable trailers are coming to Tybee Island, GA, for another week of cowgirl camaraderie … [Read more...]

Things to do in Georgia – October 2010

When it's October, fall festival season is in full swing and this is the month before the holidays take over. It's time for Oktober Festivals, football and to top it off with Halloween. Oktoberfest on the River - Savannah, GA October 1 - 3, 2010 Savannah has a wonderful Oktoberfest on Riverstreet. This festival has everything you expect from beer garden, to Oompah band … [Read more...]

Talk Like a Pirate Day

Mark Summers ("Cap'n Slappy") and John Baur ("Ol' Chumbucket"), founders of Talk Like a Pirate Day.

It’s has to be one of the silliest ideas of the century. Who in their right mind would ever come up with the idea to start a holiday where you Talk Like a Pirate? Actually two friends, John Baur and Mark Summers, did just that. The idea was born in Albany, Oregon, which as far as we know is not nationally known for its relationship to pirates. This is what happened. John and … [Read more...]

Fourth of July Weekend in Georgia

Fourth of July Events in Georgia 2010 There are lots of fun things to do in coastal Georgia for the Fourth of July weekend. Many cities start their celebration of Independence Day already on the 3rd of July this year. This means that you can actually enjoy fireworks and events all weekend long and make the weekend an extraordinary birthday bash for the … [Read more...]

Mardi Gras festivals on the coast of Georgia

mardi gras festival georgia 2010

Mardi Gras is known for fun and festivities. Mardi Gras traditionally takes place before the fasting season of Lent, its origins go all the way back to the ancient Rome. Many cities continue the tradition today, for example Mobile, Alabama and New Orleans, Louisiana, and maybe the most famous celebration of them all takes place in Rio de Janeiro. But did you know that here on … [Read more...]