DAYTRIPPER, THE

NOLA Code:
DTRP 0800 H1
Number of Episodes/Length:
13 / 30
Rights End:
12/31/2024
Producer
Hogaboom Road, Inc
Presenter
KLRU
TV-G
CC
Stereo
Year Produced:
2016
Version:
Base
Join host Chet Garner and crew on one-day adventures exploring the food, culture, outdoors, and history of towns both big and small. This 6-time Emmy-award-winning travel show is sure to entertain with its quirky take on local travel and Chet Garner’s historical reenactments and almost bottomless stomach. Each episode is aimed at educating and inspiring folks to explore their surroundings, all while teaching the valuable lesson that amazing adventures are closer than we ever realized

#801 Big Bend (part 1)
Chet heads to West Texas to explore one of the most beautiful and most remote national parks in the U.S. From desert hikes to balanced rocks to jaw-dropping mountain hikes with 100-mile views.
Feeddate: 10/1/16

#802 Big Bend (part 2) and Terlingua
After a night backpacking to the South Rim, Chet wakes up to head back to the basin. After summiting Emory Peak (the tallest point in the park),Chet and crew head to Terlingua, where they explore the town’s old mining culture, eat at an old theater, and celebrate at the historic “La Kiva” bar.
Feeddate: 10/8/16

#803 Taylor, TX
In a town that epitomize Texas Bar-B-Q, Chet interviews 3 different pit masters, each with their own spin on Texas que. He visits a museum dedicated to the governor who defeated the KKK in Texas and goes fishing on the best “crappie” lake in the state.
Feeddate: 10/15/16

#804 Conroe, TX
Chet visits a town in the piney woods known for designing the famous “Lone Star” flag. He tours a wolf sanctuary, eats meatloaf in the historic district, and then goes “fly boarding” on beautiful Lake Conroe.
Feeddate: 10/22/16

#805 Boerne, TX
Chet tours this German community with stops along Main Street for “fickle” pickles and milkshakes at an vintage drive in. He goes underground at a cave without a name, hikes through a nature center along Cibolo Creek, and then joins a shooting club in operation since 1864.
Feeddate: 10/29/16

#806 Downtown San Antonio, TX
Chet explores what makes this city the #1 tourist town in Texas. From learning the real history of The Alamo, to floating The Riverwalk, to eating authentic Tex-Mex at the historic Market Square, The Daytripper shows folks why sometimes the path most traveled is the path best traveled.
Feeddate: 2/4/17

#807 Palestine, TX
Chet dives in the rich history and food of this East Texas town. He takes a trip back in time in the old high school, eats at a hamburger institution, and then investigates a little-known NASA facility sending scientific balloons up into the sky. Finally, he finishes the day hunting for farm-destroying hogs with night vision.
Feeddate: 2/11/17

#808 Glen Rose, TX
Chet heads to the Dinosaur Capital of Texas to see the world’s best dinosaur footprints in the Paluxy River bed. He explores a wildlife preserve to feed giraffes and see rhinos. And also visits a museum challenging the status quo of modern science. Follow in all up with towering burgers and grilled honey buns, and you’ve got a day trip.
Feeddate: 2/18/17

#809 Port Aransas, TX
Chet heads to the coast to learn how to surf the waves and shell the shore. He dines on local seafood and learns the boating history that brought FDR to this coastal hideaway.
Feeddate: 5/6/17’

#810 Mount Pleasant, TX
Chet heads to a Northeast Texas town where he dines on sushi and samples the legendary “Pittsburg Hot Links.” He goes mountain biking at a state park and explores the aviation history of town, including the Ezekiel Air Ship that claims to have beaten the Wright Brothers to flight.
Feeddate: 5/13/17

#811 Laredo, TX
Chet heads to the Texas border to sample the Tex Mex culture. He shops the mercados, eats at the restaurantes, and finds lots of historia on the famous “Streets of Laredo.” To cap it off, he paddles the Rio Grande on the look out for migrating birds.
Feeddate: 5/20/17

#812 San Saba, TX
Chet heads to the “Pecan Capital of the World” where he learns about the 1000 or so different varieties of this nut. He drives across a historic suspension bridge, stands below the famed “Wedding Oak,” and shops at a western store that’s five buildings wide
Feeddate: 5/27/17

#813 Victoria, TX
Chet heads to the coastal bend and explores one of the most historic towns in Texas. He learns how to throw an atlatl and how not to throw a disc for disc golf. He eats at the oldest deli in Texas and even jumps in the Guadalupe River.
Feeddate: 6/3/17

Program Rights

Broadcast Rights:
Unlimited
Rights Dates:
10/1/2016 - 12/31/2024
School Rights:
None
V.O.D. Rights:
No
Linear Live Streaming:
Yes
Non-Commercial Cable Rights:
Yes