Born and raised in the North Georgia mill village of Porterdale, Darrell Huckaby now lives in Conyers with his wife, Lisa. They have three grown children, Jamie, Jackson, and Jenna.
He taught AP US History and Current issues at Heritage High School and his syndicated newspaper columns appear in a number of papers across the state. The What the Huck? Commentary can be heard on the Moby in the Morning radio show every Wednesday morning at 7:50.
A proud graduate of the University of Georgia, Huck is the author of ten books and travels extensively across the South, speaking to church and civic organizations as well as corporate functions.
His down home humor and unique reflections on life in the South “the way it was, the way it used to be, and the way it ought to be” make him a favorite with his readers and on the banquet circuit.
Please join Darrell Huckaby and his lovely wife, Lisa, along with World’s Greatest Bus Driver, Shane Clayton, of Daniel’s Charters, for a grand Florida vacation—and we really mean grand. You will see all the sights, stay in the best places and, it goes without saying, eat the best local food—during one of the best times of the year to visit the Sunshine State.
Check out our itinerary below:
Sunday, Oct. 15 We will depart Conyers at 11 am and Athens at noon (giving you plenty of time to attend early church and grab a little something to eat) and head for Savannah, Georgia’s colonial capitol. We will check into our rooms at the Hampton Inn on Bay Street, just a few short steps from Historic River Street and the Savannah River—and have time to wander around or relax a bit before our first night’s meal at the Pirate House, Georgia’s oldest restaurant.
Monday, Oct. 16 After enjoying breakfast at our hotel we will head south on I-95, destination, St. Augustine, America’s oldest city. Arriving by noon you will have time to grab lunch on your own while exploring the country’s first jail and oldest school house, before visiting the Fountain of Youth and the 16th century Spanish Fort the Castle de Lion. We will stay at the luxurious Hilton Bay Front hotel and enjoy dinner at Saltwater Cowboys, one of the areas most iconic restaurants.
Tuesday, Oct. 17 Today we’ll have it all, just like Bogey and Bacall, as our deluxe motor coach brings us to Key Largo, where we will visit John A. Penechamp State Park and see the African Queen from the movie of the same name starring Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn. Lunch is included as we stop for a picnic at one of Florida’s beautiful wayside parks. We will have time to enjoy the beach after we check into our hotel, the Hampton Inn Kay Largo Oceanfront. As always with Huck’s Tours we will have a scrumptious dinner with a local flavor.
Wednesday, Oct. 18 On this day we will enjoy a spectacular drive across one of the most scenic highways in America. We will cross the 7 Mile Bridge and see sparkling blue water on either side of the bus. Upon arrival in Key West we will go directly to the Southernmost Point in the United States for a photo-op to celebrate our arrival and then check into our luxurious hotel, the Casa Royale by Waldorf Astoria.
The afternoon is yours for strolling along Duvall Street. You can shop to your hearts content; have a fish sandwich at Sloppy Joe’s or a cheeseburger in paradise at Jimmy Buffett’s Margartitaville or explore one of the dozens of other places in Old Key West. Dinner is at the marina.
Thursday, October 19 After a great breakfast we will spend the morning hitting the highlights of the island, visiting the Truman White House, the Ernest Hemingway Home and the Butterfly Pavilion. The afternoon is free for lunch on your own and exploring to your heart’s content. Everyone will have unlimited access to the Old Town Trolley which makes 14 stops around the historic city. Dinner will be at the hotel.
Friday, Oct. 20 We will have breakfast at the hotel and then check out and load our bags, but the Key West adventure is not over. We will have until 2 pm to visit the shops and clubs on Duval Street and have one more great lunch on your own before loading up and driving back across the keys—destination Miami. We will have dinner and spend the night at the Country Inn and Suites, Kendall, Gateway to the Everglades.
Saturday, Oct. 21 This morning we will drive through Everglades National Park to Florida City where we will take an exciting airboat ride and visit a few alligators, up close and personal. Then, after lunch, it is on to Orlando where we will stay at the Wyndham Garden Lakes at Disney Springs. The late afternoon and evening will be free for exploring the shops and restaurants at Disney Springs (formerly Disney Village).
Sunday, Oct. 22 After breakfast at the Rain Forest Café, we will head for home, with lunch en route.
This is guaranteed to be one of the most fun and most relaxing trips Huck’s Tours has ever offered. Please join us and don’t miss out!
$1995 per person (double occupancy)
$300 deposit per person
Balance due by July 15, 2017
*Transportation, lodging, food, admissions, attractions (per person based on double occupancy). Additional charges for single occupancy
A $250 Deposit per person holds your space. Deposits are non-refundable.
Southern Culture and Heritage Tour
March 21-28, 2018
Planned Itinerary (subject to minor modifications)
Thursday, March 22
Depart Athens 7:30, Conyers 8:45
Lunch in Chattanooga, TN at Chattanooga Choo Choo Garden’s Restaurant
Afternoon visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame
Check-in at Downtown Nashville Hotel
Ryman Auditorium—Opry Country Classics Show
Friday, March 23
Nashville to Memphis with stop at Jackson, TN, Casey Jones Railroad Museum
PM Tour of Sun Studio
Check-in to Memphis Hotel
Dinner at World Famous Rendezvous Restaurant
Evening Stroll on Beale Street
Saturday, March 24
A.M. Graceland Tour
National Civil Rights Museum
Lunch at Peabody Hotel
Afternoon free time
Evening—Dinner and Music Venue (TBD)
Sunday, March 25
Memphis to Clarksdale (Mississippi Delta)
We will spend the night in sharecropper cabins that have been converted to modern lodging.
Sunday brunch at Peabody Hotel
Private supper and Sunday Evening Gospel Sing at Howell Plantation
Monday, March 26
To New Orleans
Afternoon Riverboat Cruise followed by dinner at French Market Restaurant and Café au lait and beignets at Café Du Monde
Evening free to explore Bourbon Street
Tuesday, March 27
AM visit to National D-Day Museum
Cajun lunch at Mulatto’s
PM mule drawn carriage tour
Dinner at Commander’s Palace
Wednesday, March 28
Depart New Orleans for home
Brief detour along Gulf Coast and Lunch in Mobile, AL
* Itinirary subject to minor changes based on unforeseen circumstances
*Significant walking required Do you trust this man?
Do you like adventure and the thrill of the unknown?
Then do we have a deal for you!!!!!
April 19—April 28, 2018
You won’t know where you are going until you get there—and possibly not even then! But you will have a grand time—guaranteed. You will stay at the nicest places, travel with the nicest people and, naturally, enjoy the best food.
Trip departs from Athens and Conyers on April 19, by bus—driven, naturally, by World’s Greatest Bus Driver, Shane Clayton of Daniel’s Charters.
You will not need a passport.
You will need a great capacity for fun.
You will never again have the opportunity to get this much trip for this amount of money. Don’t be left out. Our travelers will be talking about this trip for years!!!
$300 deposit per person, balance due on December 1, 2017
Travel Insurance is recommended. $175 per person.
Cancellations within 90 days of departure are non-refundable.
Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin (2 nights)
Killarney Avenue Hotel, Killarney (2 nights)
Bunratty Castle Hotel, Bunratty (1 night)
Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane, Dublin (1 night)
Roundtrip Airfare from Atlanta
Sightseeing by luxury coach
Group transfer to/from the airport (subject to a minimum of 10 people)
Professional tour director
10 nights in hotels listed
Full breakfast daily (B) except on day 1
6 dinners (D) including
Scottish Evening in Edinburgh
Canal Cruise dinner and live music
Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquet
3 table d’hote dinners
2 lunches (L)
Welcome get-together drink
Tours of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dublin
Loch Ness scenic cruise
Blair Athol Distillery whisky tasting and tour
Visit to St Andrew’s
Ferries from Scotland to Ireland and across the River Shannon
Walking tours of Dublin’s Trinity College and Galway
Farmhouse tea and scones with sheepdog display
Horse-drawn jaunting car ride in Killarney
Visits and admissions to Provand’s Lordship, Spean Bridge Woollen Mill, St Andrews, Edinburgh Castle, Titanic Belfast, Book of Kells at Trinity College, Blarney Castle, Blarney Woollen Mills, Skellig Experience, Cliffs of Moher, Clonmacnoise Monastic Site
All local taxes, hotel service charges & porterage for one suitcase per person
Free Wi-Fi on coaches and in hotel lobbies
2018 Taste of Scotland & Ireland 11 Days / 10 Nights itinerary*
B: Breakfast; L: Lunch; D: Dinner
Day 1: Glasgow Highlights
Your Scottish trip starts at 2:30 pm when you meet your tour director at your Glasgow hotel and set out on an introductory tour of central Glasgow. This is a city that flourished in Victorian times due to the shipbuilding industry and international trade. Drive around George Square with its ornate City Chambers and visit Provand’s Lordship, Glasgow’s oldest house built in 1471. The house was originally part of a hospital and has been extensively restored and furnished. Join your tour director and travel companions for a welcome drink before dinner.
Day 2: Loch Lomond & Loch Ness Cruise
Travel alongside the famous Loch Lomond, renowned for its unsurpassed beauty. Travel through the deep valley of Glen Coe, notorious for the Campbell massacre of the Clan Macdonald in 1692. Continue through Fort William and stop at the Spean Bridge Woollen Mill, which offers a good selection of quality Scottish goods. At Fort Augustus embark on a short cruise on Loch Ness to keep an eye out for “Nessie.” Continue your journey north to Nairn for your next overnight stay.
Day 3: Whisky Tasting & St Andrews
Drive to Blair Athol Distillery in Pitlochry to see how whisky is distilled and sample some. Continue south to St Andrews, renowned as the “Home of Golf” and for its university, Scotland’s oldest. Spend some time to explore on your own. Drive south to Edinburgh and to your gracious manor house hotel, set on 1,000 acres with two golf courses and spa facilities a few miles from the city. Dine at a Scottish Evening on some excellent Scottish cuisine followed by a lively show with songs, stories and traditional dancing. (B, D)
Day 4: Edinburgh Castle & City Tour
This morning tour the principal sights of Edinburgh with a local guide. Drive along the bustling Princes Street and through the gracious, wide streets of the 200-year-old Georgian New Town. Walk along part of the Royal Mile where compact medieval houses reach 11 floors tall. Visit Edinburgh Castle, which dominates the city and contains the Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of Scone. The balance of the day is free. On Aug 02 to 23 departures, seats are reserved for the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
Day 5: Ferry to Ireland & Titanic Belfast
Depart Edinburgh early this morning and drive south through Ayrshire and along the coast. At Cairnryan take a ferry ride to Belfast and enjoy a casual lunch on board. Visit Titanic Belfast to learn about this famous liner which was built in the adjacent docks. State-of-the-art displays describe working conditions in the shipbuilding industry and the construction of the Titanic. Drive south to Dublin and check in to your hotel, located overlooking Dublin Bay. The evening is free.
Day 6: Dublin Sightseeing & Canal Dinner Cruise
Tour central Dublin today to see fashionable shopping areas around Grafton and Nassau Streets, view elegant Georgian squares and pass the General Post Office, where the 1916 Uprising started. Walk through the campus of Trinity College with a student guide to view the illuminated manuscript of the 8th century Book of Kells and learn how monks created this and other masterpieces. In the evening
enjoy a canal dinner cruise with traditional Irish music aboard a former Guinness barge through central Dublin.
Day 7: Farmhouse Tea & Blarney Castle
Travel through the midlands of Ireland, stopping for photos at the stately Rock of Cashel. Visit a farmhouse for tea with scones and watch skilled sheep dogs herd sheep. Continue south to visit Blarney Castle and kiss the famous “Stone of Eloquence.” Also visit the Blarney Woollen Mills where you can find quality Irish-made goods. Drive to Killarney, picturesquely set beside lakes and mountains. Check in to your hotel and relax before dinner. Afterwards you may like to explore some of Killarney’s famous “singing pubs.”
Day 8: Ring of Kerry & Skellig Experience
Take a jaunting car ride to view Ross Castle set on Lough Leane. Then embark on the Ring of Kerry drive – a winding route with breathtaking sights of mountains and coastal views. Cross to Valentia Island by bridge to visit the Skellig Experience which describes the austere lives of early Christian monks on the nearby islands. Enjoy a casual lunch and stop in Sneem to admire brightly painted houses. Pause at Moll’s Gap for stunning views before returning to Killarney where you have an evening free for independent dining and activities.
Day 9: Cliffs of Moher & Bunratty Castle Banquet
Take a ferry ride across the River Shannon to reach the Cliffs of Moher, a spectacular wall of sandstone that reaches 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. Check in to Bunratty Castle Hotel, close to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. If you wish, you may visit the Folk Park, have a drink in the 200-year-old Durty Nelly’s Pub or shop at the Bunratty Mills. In the evening head to Bunratty Castle for a memorable medieval-style feast where the lords and ladies will serenade you with song and harp music, evocative of the Middle Ages.
Day 10: Dublin Extension via Galway
Drive to Galway for a walking tour around the central part of the city. Visit Clonmacnoise Monastic Site, founded in 546 AD by Saint Ciaran. View elaborate Celtic crosses, round towers and ruins of medieval churches. Drive to Dublin and check into a different hotel and you are free for independent activities and dining.
Day 11: Depart Dublin for Home
Your program ends after breakfast today. (B)
*All components of this tour (hotels, meals, visits and attractions) for 2018 are subject to change until finalized in September 2017.
We will fly from Atlanta to Denver and return from Salt Lake City. Travel in between via deluxe air conditioned motor coach. Overnight stays in Cheyenne, WY, Keystone, SD, Cody, WY, Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole, WY and Salt Lake City, UT.
Trip Highlights Include:
Badlands National Park
Custer State Park Wildlife Safari
Mt. Rushmore National Monument
Deadwood, South Dakota
Cody Stampede Professional Rodeo
Yellowstone National Park Old Faithful Lodge
Grand Tetons National Park
Snake River Float Trip
Jackson, WY Chuck Wagon Dinner
Mormon Tabernacle and Temple Square
Plus much, much more.
Cost of $3800 per person (double occupancy) includes round trip air and all transportation and admissions, deluxe accommodations, all breakfasts, all dinners and seven of twelve lunches. Limited triples and quads available. $320 deposit per person holds space—balance due by March 1, 2018.
A Deposit of $320 per person holds your spot(s).
Balance Due March 15, 2018
Travel Insurance is recommended for all trips.
Cancellations within 90 days of departure are non-refundable.
$3480 per person
Western Parks Tour, 2018
We will gather at Hartsfield International Airport at 8 am for our 9:45 non-stop flight aboard Delta Airlines—destination, Denver, Colorado. Upon Arrival in Denver we will board our deluxe motor coach and head for Larimore Square, the heartbeat of Denver, for lunch and a chance to stretch our legs. After lunch and a brief time for shopping and looking we will head north, toward Cheyenne, WY, our first night’s destination. We will have plenty of free time to wander the Western stores in the Wyoming capitol before enjoying a wonderful Western theme feast for dinner and bunking down for the night.
Today we will be up and at ‘em with a full breakfast at the hotel before boarding our 21st century stagecoach for Custer, SD. We will enjoy the beautiful and ever-changing scenery as we travel north, through the land of the Sioux, toward Black Hills National Forest. After a stop for lunch in Custer we will head over to Badlands National Park and enjoy some of the most amazingly unique scenery our country has to offer. We will return to Custer for the evening and will freshen up a bit before enjoying a nice meal and taking in the evening light show at Mt. Rushmore National Monument.
This morning we will enjoy breakfast at the hotel and depart on the early morning wildlife loop around Custer State Park. You will see more natural wildlife in a shorter time here than any other place you are likely to go. We are certain to see buffalo (American Bison), pronghorn antelope, white tail and mule deer, prairie dogs, hawks and eagles and all manner of birds. You will enjoy free time after lunch and may take advantage of the many activities available or just relax. The evening will bring a chuck wagon dinner and visit to the Crazy Horse carving.
Today will be our longest stint of the trip, but it won’t seem like it because we will view such amazing scenery. Think 6 hours of “Dancing with Wolves.” Our first stop of the day will be a brief visit to Deadwood, SD. We will be able to walk the streets where Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok walked, and even see the saloon where Wild Bill was shot in the back while holding a pair of aces and a pair of 8s—the Dead Man’s Hand. Our destination will be Cody, Wyoming—named for frontiersman and showman, Buffalo Bill Cody. Our evening activity will be to take in dinner and show at the renowned Cody Cattle Company.
We will celebrate Independence Day with a rip-roaring time in one of the greatest towns in the Old West. Our convenient downtown location will make it easy for you to enjoy the morning and early afternoon on your own. You will be able to shop and take in the incredible Buffalo Bill Western Museum (admission included) at your own pace. In the early evening we will enjoy a meal together before heading to the “Cowboy Christmas,” the World Famous Cody Stampede July 4 rodeo, where the best cowboys compete for some of the highest purses in the rodeo world.
Today we say goodbye to Cody and head to Yellowstone National Park, along the path that Teddy Roosevelt called the prettiest drive in America. We will have lunch at our home away from home for two nights, the famous and spectacular Old Faithful Inn. Then we will have a local guide step on our bus for a guided tour of the lower half of the park before returning to the Inn for supper and to spend the night.
On this day we will pack a lunch and our guide will take us on a tour of the Yellowstone North Country—some of the most spectacular and unspoiled scenery on earth. In the evening we will enjoy another fine meal at the Old Faithful Dining room.
We will head south out of Yellowstone today and drive through the Grand Tetons to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. There will be plenty of opportunities to stop and admire and photograph the mouth-dropping scenery. There will be free time in Jackson and our accommodations are right in town so you will have easy access to the shops and bars and points of interests. We will gather for supper and then you will have the evening free.
Day two will find us heading back into Grand Teton National Park for a wildlife safari. After lunch we will have a chance to take a leisurely raft cruise down the Snake River before heading back to town for supper and entertainment by the Bar J cowboy crew.
Our destination today is Salt Lake City, Utah—with a scenic drive through Idaho. We will have a grand tour of Salt Lake City with a visit to Temple Square and an opportunity to see the Mormon Temple and visit the Mormon Tabernacle. We will have one last supper together and celebrate the great time we will have had.
Homeward Bound. Our journey comes to a conclusion as we head to the airport for our 9:40 am non-stop Delta flight to Atlanta. We should arrive home around 3:30 Atlanta time. I am looking forward to leading you on this amazing trip and hope you will join us—and tell your friends.
* This is our planned itinerary and is subject to minor changes and deviations.
August 6. We will depart Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport on the morning of Monday, Aug. 7, 2018 on a direct flight to Seattle, WA. Upon arrival in Seattle we will go immediately to Pike’s Market for lunch, looking and shopping. From the Market we will go to the iconic Space Needle for a trip to the top and a bird’s-eye view of the Puget Sound and surrounding area. We will then check-in at our hotel to rest up for the adventure before us. Naturally we will enjoy a great dinner together before calling it a night.
Today we will head south and begin to enjoy the magical experience of US Highway 101. Our first destination is Astoria, where we ride the Riverfront Trolley take a close up and personal look at the Astoria Column. From here we will head out to Cannon Beach, one of the most picturesque towns on the entire pacific Coast. Our oceanfront lodging will give everyone a chance to experience the brisk weather of the Pacific Northwest and we will enjoy a leisurely dinner together and get an early start the next day.
Today we will take another meandering trip down the coast with plenty of opportunities to stop and take photographs. We will stop for shopping and tasting at the famous Tillamook Cheese Factory, which attracts more than a million visitors a year. We will continue along the coast to Coos Bay, our overnight destination. On the way we will stop for a visit to the Newport Oregon Coast Aquarium and for photo opportunities at Seal Rock. We will again stay in oceanfront accommodations with a million-dollar view.
A highlight for today will be a dune buggy ride along the National Sea Shore. Buckle up and get ready to enjoy this thrilling ride and enjoy the spectacular dunes—some as high as ten story buildings. It will be one of the most exciting hours of the entire trip. In the afternoon we will get our first look at the giant redwood trees of Redwood National Forest before reaching our destination for the evening—Eureka, CA. We will enjoy classic coastal food at a legendary local restaurant in the evening.
Today we will cross the Mendocino County as we make our way to the historic Ft. Bragg area–not the one with the marines. A highlight of the day will be a ride on the Skunk Train, which runs 40 miles from Fort Bragg on the coast to Willits on US Highway 101. Along the way, the tracks cross some 30 bridges and trestles and pass through two deep mountain tunnels. The half-way point of Northspur is a popular lunch spot, giving passengers a chance to snack before heading back to Fort Bragg. Along the way, you pass through beautiful stretches of redwoods. Overnight lodging in the Ft. Bragg/Mendocino area.
Today we will continue to head south along the California coast and pass through the Avenue of Giants—a two lane stretch of highway guarded by California Redwoods. We will cross the iconic Golden Gate Bridge where we will spend the next two days in San Francisco at our Fishermen’s Wharf hotel. We will have a grand dinner on the Wharf and you will have time to explore the area on your own.
Today we will have a guided tour of the City by the Bay as we see all the major sites—Coit Tower, Haight-Ashbury, Chinatown, Union Square—and, of course—Alcatraz. In the evening we will explore Pier 39 at the Embarcadero, with plenty of time to shop grab dinner, and explore on your own.
The scenery will continue to get even more dramatic today as we make our way along perhaps the most beautiful 100-mile stretch of coastline in the world. We will visit Half Moon Bay, Santa Cruz and Monterey as we stop frequently for phot-ops as we make it down through the heart of the Big Sur, to San Simeon, for our overnight stay.
This will be an amazing day as we visit Hearst Castle and St. Luis Obispo and a few other picturesque spots before reaching our overnight destination, Santa Barbara.
Our first stop today is the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Semi Valley. After paying our respects to Mr. Reagan we will head to LA where we will stay for two nights. During our time here we will visit the Kodak Theatre, walk along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, check out the Santa Monica Pier, drive down Sunset Boulevard and stroll down Rodeo Drive. We will also check out the awesome views of the Hollywood sign from Griffith Observatory, and visit Universal Studios for the back lot tour. The order of these events is still being determined.
See schedule for August 16—today is a continuation of the things we did not get to do yesterday.
We say goodbye to LA and head to our final destination, San Diego. Our afternoon will be spent visiting Balboa Park and the World Famous San Diego Zoo before checking into our accommodations for the evening.
Today we will visit the top attractions in the city—Sea Port Village, Old Towne, and the USS Midway. We will top off our trip with a sunset harbor cruise.
We will head for the airport this morning, probably tired and maybe a little bit broke—but with a million dollars-worth of memories that will stay with us forever.
The all-inclusive price of this trip is $4299 per person, based on double occupancy. A 400.00 deposit per person will reserve your spot with the balance due on Feb. 1, 2018.
September 10-17, 2018
*Significant walking required
September 10-17, 2018
*Significant walking required
Please join us on our week long effort to experience and understand the most divisive four years of our nation’s history.
We will visit many of the places where 665,000 of our nation’s finest laid their lives on the altar of liberty—as those on each side saw it.
Travel: By Deluxe chartered motor coach
Accommodations: AAA and higher rated hotels
Price: 1799.00 per person, double occupancy
ALL INCLUSIVE– Price includes transportation, accommodations, all meals, tours, and attractions.
Itinerary—Subject to minor changes and substitutions.
Depart from Conyers aboard deluxe motor coach for
Charleston, SC. First Day Highlights.
Visit to The Citadel for Afternoon Parade
Private Low Country Seafood Boil at supper time
Tour of Ft. Sumter
Mule Drawn Tour of Charleston
Depart for Fayetteville, NC
On to Richmond
Lunch at King’s Barbecue
Guided Tour of Petersburg Battlefield, including Lee’s Headquarters and The Crater.
Guided Tour of Manassas Battlefield Where Stonewall Jackson earned his name
Visits to Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg battlefields
Spotsylvania Courthouse and Wilderness Historic Sites
Evening Activity—Illuminated Tour of Washington, DC
Antietam Battlefield Home of the bloodiest day in American history.
Visitor’s Center and Cyclorama (Yes, they have one, too)
National Cemetery Site of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
Dinner at Historic Inn
Guided tour of Gettysburg Battlefield
Interpretive Programs by National Parks Service
Dinner at the Dobbins House (Oldest Building in Gettysburg, station on Underground RR)
Through Shenandoah Valley to Lexington. VA
Visit Lee’s Chapel at Washington and Lee University (General Lee’s Final Resting Place)
VMI and Stonewall Jackson Museum
Stonewall Jackson’s home and grave
Appomattox Courthouse National Historic Site
A $300 per person deposit will reserve your spot on this trip. You may send a check made payable to Huck’s History Tours or pay online.
Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Connecticut in peak fall splendor.
Only $2850 per person (double occupancy)
Price includes direct non-stop round trip airfare, deluxe motor coach transportation throughout New England, breakfast and dinner and some lunches, and all admissions and fees.
Trip highlights will include a lobster dinner, a clambake, whale watching expedition, dinner and private tour of Von Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe Vermont, Maine Lighthouse visit, Acadia National Park, Salem Witch Museum and much, much more.
Overnight in Gloucester, MA, Bar Harbor, ME, White Mountains, NH, Stowe, VT, and Mystic, CT.
This will be the trip of a lifetime! Reserve your spot today!
$400 deposit per person.
Deposits are non-refundable.