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May 23, 2006

by Brian Russell

Crisp County -- Some big-rig driving thrill seekers are on a tour through South Georgia before they steer back to the north.

Tuesday night, these R-Vers are staying at Georgia Veterans State Park.

They'll head out for Savannah Wednesday morning on their Tracks tour.

It's a nearly month-long road trip that kicked off May 18th in Chattanooga.

Seventeen R-Vs carrying 34 travellers are making the annual trip.

A lucky few of those travellers are getting paid to lead the way.  

"So we kind of coordinate and set that up and they show up when we tell them to and enjoy themselves," said Pete Percifull, a tourist and a tour leader.

Their trip ends in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

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