In this day and age, where portable entertainment is abundant, and the great outdoors are best experienced in HD, we find ourselves transfixed to so many little boxes. These little boxes are convenient and fun, just teeming with information, all at your fingertips. But when did experiencing nature and life through television, movies, or on the internet replace the sights and sounds of the real thing? This place for instance, is found off the southern coast of Georgia, and is one of the single most magical places I have ever seen. Cumberland Island was only the beginning. I make the time each week to get outside and see and feel the world around me, and let me tell you guys, NatGeo and Discovery ain't got nothin on this.