Georgia Magazine - July 2013 - (Page 18)

This is a sampling of the tasty fare offered at Barnstormer’s Grill at Peach State Aerodrome in Williamson, also home to the Candler Field Museum. Housed there are several antique planes such as the red biplane in the background, a WACO YMF-5. Georgia’s local airports offer something for everyone BY ANDRÉA M. VERNOT T ©2013 JOHN SLEMP ake off on an aviation adventure without ever leaving the ground! Here, we take a sneak peek at “Air Fare America,” a new television series in development by Georgia native and University of Georgia grad Joel Westbrook. Travel with the series creator to seven local airports and experience the food, fun and flying found at airfields across the state. Beyond the gates of HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport lies a treasure trove of aviation history and unique dining experiences at Georgia’s fly-in destinations. While most Georgians know that Atlanta is home to the world’s busiest airport, far fewer are aware there are more than 100 public airfields in the state. From the suburbs of Atlanta and Athens to the coastal plain and the Blue Ridge Mountains, these airports hold great discoveries for history lovers, foodies and aviation buffs alike. Fortunately, you don’t have to be a pilot or plane owner to explore their charms. Come with us to visit a few. 18 More online at GEORGIA MAGAZINE

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Georgia Magazine - July 2013

Georgia Magazine - July 2013
Liberty Notes
Picture This?
Georgia News
Calendar of Events
Georgia’s Energy Outlook
Fly-in or Drive-In
“Air Fare America”
Wood Basket of the World
Link to Video on Georgia’s Tree Industry
Lighten Up!
Control What You Consume
Around Georgia
Enhancing your adventure
My Georgia
Georgia Gardens
More Snapshot photos
Plant of the month
July’s online trivia contest
Georgia Grown spotlight

Georgia Magazine - July 2013