Saw: tupelo, cypress, maple, river birch, pine, live oak, titi, mayhaw, native blueberries, palmetto; only maple in bloom. Not much wildlife.
Comments: a good level to run this section, saw 2 other canoes with a family of campers, and a fisherman in a john boat skinning a catfish, 2 rope swings, the side trip up the Alapahoochee River to the waterfall just up from the take out was worth the effort.
The shuttle took 40-45 minutes, so we were on the water by 1:15.
At take out by 4:15 pm, so three hours on the river.
Put in location: boat ramp on Alapaha River in Statenville on Hwy 94
Take out location: boat ramp at Sassers Landing near Jennings, FL, also known as Alapahoochee Launch.
River level: 9.99 ft at Statenville; current estimated to be flowing around 3 mph. [At Jennings it was about 69.7 feet. Why so different? The Florida gauges apparently read from sea level. -jsq]
Weather: sunny, 50s, light breeze