You’ve seen Gretchen’s pictures; here are some more, including on land along the pipeline path through sinkholes, of the informal outing from Suwannee River Campsites to Suwannee River State Park past where Sabal Trail wants to gouge its 36-inch fracked methane pipeline under the Suwannee River. This was Sunday 15 November 2015, days before the Tuesday the Suwannee County, FL Commissioners unanimously voted a resolution to move Sabal Trail’s compressor station. Suwannee BOCC filed that resolution with FERC, and has already decided to vote again December 15th on a resolution to move the pipeline completely out of Suwannee County and off the Suwannee River.
Meanwhile, Chris Mericle just asked FERC why the huge discrepency between what is in plain sight if you go walk the proposed pipeline path vs. what Sabal Trai told FERC?
These pictures were taken in Suwannee River State Park on the Hamilton County side of the Suwannee River. Click on any picture to see a bigger one.
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WWALS banner 30.4073257, -83.1565399
Climbing 30.4073677, -83.1566696
Pipeline path 30.4072914, -83.1569061
Swales and sinkholes 30.4072838, -83.1569443
Chris leading 30.4073524, -83.1575317
Deanna 30.4073009, -83.1576080
STT stake 30.4076290, -83.1585922
Grape vine bigger than my hand 30.4075298, -83.1587829
Trees and vines 30.4076195, -83.1589966
Sinkhole 30.4080620, -83.1608047
Deeper sinkhole 30.4080677, -83.1607895
Palmetto 30.4082260, -83.1606750
Chris pointing to tree that fell in sinkhole 30.4080314, -83.1609955
Grapevine, sinkhole, Chris pointing down 30.4080829, -83.1612244
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