Erick makes a trip to Georgia to see what its northern region has to offer, and it’s more than you might expect. Local photographer Jordan Tribble shows Erick around Helen, Georgia’s Oktoberfest. Then Erick explores Frogtown Cellars and Mercier Orchards fro a taste of area.
Aerial sets out to discover what “scruffy” really means to the people of Knoxville. She starts by joining champion bikers for a ride, samples tons of different restaurants, tours the Tennessee Theatre, and tries her hand at hunting for the paranormal.
Aerial digs into Chattanooga’s many quirks. Ruby Falls and Rock City are a must when visiting the city, but Aerial also learns about the city’s IRONMAN history, and ends her visit by uncovered the secrets of the supposedly haunted Hales Bar Dam.
Aerial heads down to Clarksdale, Mississippi, hoping to shine a spotlight on the innovators and artists that have impacted the music of America. We’re diving into all of the legendary blues spots the city has to offer — Devil’s Crossroads, Ground Zero Blues Club, New Roxy, Deak’s Mississippi Saxophones and Blue Emporium, and more.
Erick’s taking on new challenges in western North Carolina. He’s testing his strength and agility at an aerial ropes course, gearing up and testing his balance slacklining across Linnville Gorge, and training his mind while studying some pro fisherman at the Bassmasters Tournament on Chatuge Lake.
Erick learns how Bowling Green, Kentucky stands the test of time and offers adventure in all different forms. Buckle up for craft beers and pizza, underground boats and Corvettes, and fishing and ziplining.
Aerial gains some deeper insight into the city she’s living in. Although she calls Nashville home, she’s discovering at new side at the Dragon Boat Festival, two Nashville Predator’s events – Petey’s Party and the Brent Preston Golf Classic – and visiting the Ryman to chat with Ketch Secor of Old Crow Medicine Show.
Erick learns what it means to lay it all on the line for the things that matter. He finds out what goes on both on and off the track at Bristol Motor Speedway, joins lineman to experience what it takes to keep everyone’s light on, and tests his luck fly fishing the South Holston.
Aerial sets out to answer a question that has been on her mind for years: What exactly is the secret to a happy and balanced life? She turns to Unclaimed Baggage Center, Tumbling Rock Cave, Payne’s Sandwhich Shop, North Alabama Sailing Marina, and Pisgah Gorge to find out how to put her best self forward.
Erick is making moves to understand what it means to be a modern Memphian. With visits to FedEx Forum, Graceland, Crosstown Concourse and a little help from local blogger Michaela Dockery, longtime sportswriter Geoff Calkins, and other friends, Erick gets true look at the city.
Aerial gets caught up in the call of the mountains. After a trek into the mountains with a group of llamas, Aerial dives back in to the world of heritage Appalachian crafts, visits the Fontana Dam to learn about the hiker scene there, and ends the trip with hobbyists who love to soar above the mountains.
Erick explores how the Delta is more than just a region—it’s a symbol of change. From music and fine art to food and innovation, Erick discovers Cleveland, Mississippi.
Erick learns what it’s like to be a farmer, explores a high-end farm-to-table culinary experience, and gets in a food fight.
Erick Baker heads to Lenoir City, Tennessee to try his hand again at doing a tough job—being a lineman.
This year, the famed Bassmaster Classic comes to his hometown of Knoxville on the TVA-managed Tennessee River, and Erick gets an inside look at the weekend-long event.