Naylor Boat Ramp signs planted 2020-06-13

Before the Naylor Boat Ramp upstream and back paddle, Dan Phillips, Chair of the WWALS Water Trails Committee, installed the new Alapaha River Water Trail signs there.

[Paddlers with signs]
Paddlers with signs

That’s Dan standing by the signs, among all the paddlers.

Here he is at work installing them.

[Dan at work]
Dan at work

This is what the Naylor Boat Ramp sign (the bottom sign) looks like:

[Naylor Boat Ramp]
Naylor Boat Ramp

This second one will also go at other access points on the Alapaha and Little River Water Trail.

[Alapaha River Water Trail]
Alapaha River Water Trail

You can help by contributing to the cost of the signs.

Also, thanks to Lowndes County Engineering for fixing up the entrance driveway.

[Entrance driveway by Lowndes County Engineering]
Entrance driveway by Lowndes County Engineering

Thanks to Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks and Recreation Authority (VLPRA) for the trash barrels.

[VLPRA trash barrel]
VLPRA trash barrel

For more WWALS outings and events as they are posted, see the WWALS calendar or the WWALS outings and events web page. WWALS members also get an upcoming list in the Tannin Times newsletter.

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

You can join this fun and work by becoming a WWALS member today!