I had thought about doing a sort of journal about the experience, but I'd rather let everyone experience it as intended-- in a TV show or internet film format. Let me just say that I had no idea that we had so many unique and exciting places to visit in my home state of Georgia.
Those of you who know me well will be glad to know that I didn't disappoint... and by that I mean that when you point a camera at me I'm bound to do something incredibly klutzy. All I will say is that I completely ruined that pair of shoes, and of course it happened when the cameras were rolling.
I will say that our footage of the Georgia Guidestones was probably the highlight of the trip, although right up there would have to be the abandoned railroad tunnel... the one which seemed to get more forbidding as we travelled the length of it. Our lights, one by one, kept going out. The film team had this moment where we all began to consider what we would have to do if the battery-powered lights failed us entirely, and we were forced to travel strictly by candlelight. I sincerely hope that our moment there translates onto film, because I for one was really beginning to get nervous.
More on this later... and when the footage becomes available I will definitely post a link.