In 2009 Bret Wagenhorst of Tifton organized a canoe trip on the Alapaha River.
I believe we had nearly 15 people on that trip.
The put in was at Burnt Church, just above the Boy Scout camp outside
of Lakeland. The take out was
the state road that is being proposed to
be closed due to lack of use.
The photos are in
an album on my Facebook page.
I believe it is titled
“Alapaha River Trip”.
of the album shows lots of people at the take out—
the state road access that “is hardly ever used”!
Feel free to copy any of the photos you like.
Since his facebook album requires facebook login to view,
I’ve copied it to
a flickr set.
last picture sure does look like
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