To be blunt there is no such thing as the "Great American South East." It's nice, but it lacks mountains, a sin city, and is too heavily populated to give you any sense of adventure or risk. Thus, unlike my "Great American South West" adventures entailing mountains, deserts, rattlesnakes and gambling, this has largely been a road trip with all the comforts of 24-7 Waffle Houses and Wal-Marts.
However, I did manage to drop in an visit Kerry Lutz in his schwank bachelor pad down in Florida and did a short interview that started out as a an inquiry into Asshole Consulting, but morphed into a pretty decent discussion about the Millennials, what's plaguing them, false self-esteem, and how this is a lack of fathers in families.
Raleigh and Atlanta are the next stops, let the ole Captain know if you're around.