And they followed her down the road, as Sabal Trail’s hardhats usually do when they see anybody watching their trail of destruction. This was Wednesday 25 January 2017 on Cool Springs Road, Baconton, GA, 31.306085, -84.008770.
Pictures and video by Sherry Layton Gatewood: they didn’t scare her off, and they haven’t scared off the many other people throughout Florida, Georgia, and Alabama who are watching them like hawks, looking for violations.
Kind of hard to get to your fields to do agriculture with this in the way.
Sabal Trail right of way standing in water after recent storms, Cool Springs Road, Baconton, Mitchell County, GA Video by Sherry Layton Gatewood for WWALS Watershed Coalition (WWALS), Suwannee Riverkeeper. /2017/01/27/sabal-trail-pipe-and-tires-standing-in-water-cool-springs-road-baconton-ga-2017-01-25/
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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