Peacock Springs to Suwannee, FL, Suwannee River 2022-03-28

DB Marsh stayed several days at Peacock Springs River Camp waiting out thunderstorms, then paddled down past Hal W. Adams Bridge, and slept on a picnick table at Yellow Jacket. He has now has made it to the town of Suwannee near the mouth of the Suwannee River.

[bridge, fungus, hammock, Hart Springs, River]
bridge, fungus, Hart Springs, River

Along the way he got enough cell signal to put up some more stories and pictures.

[Hal W Adams bridge]
Hal W Adams bridge, on the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail.

He discovered no propane at stores in Branford. He also encountered three more paddlers on the same route.

[Fungus or flower?]
Fungus or flower?

This fellow named Austen hung his hammock way higher than I would advise.

[Hammock]
Hammock

Apparently this is the first gator DB Marsh got a picture of.

[Hart Springs with gator]
Hart Springs with gator

And finally on to the town of Suwannee, where he should have arrived yesterday.

[Last leg]
Last leg

He logs where he is now on his log book, which is in his website www.gaiaventures.org.

He is fundraising, and he says he will divide the funds among the Waterkeepers of Florida.

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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