Pictures: Fargo to campsite, Suwannee River 2022-03-05

Update 2022-09-01: Videos: Intentional swimming, Suwannee River, Echols County, GA, 2022-03-05.

Swimming, tree climbing, lunching, and paddling on the first day of a Suwannee River camping trip.

[Paddling, Swimming, Camping]
Paddling, Swimming, Camping

Thanks to Shirley Kokidko for organizing, and to the landowners for permission to camp.

[Fargo Ramp, boats, building, 09:21:58, 30.6820521, -82.5599061]
Fargo Ramp, boats, building, 09:21:58, 30.6820521, -82.5599061

[Setting up the GOPRO360, 30.6820521, -82.5599061]
Setting up the GOPRO360, 30.6820521, -82.5599061

[Boats and US 441 Bridge, 09:59:16, 30.6818247, -82.5600657]
Boats and US 441 Bridge, 09:59:16, 30.6818247, -82.5600657

[Suwannee Riverkeeper John S. Quarterman at US 441 Bridge, 30.6818250, -82.5600660]
Suwannee Riverkeeper John S. Quarterman at US 441 Bridge, 30.6818250, -82.5600660

[Determined Greenland paddler, 10:01:27, 30.6812418, -82.5599778]
Determined Greenland paddler, 10:01:27, 30.6812418, -82.5599778

[WWALS E.D. Gretchen Quarterman under the US 441 Bridge, 10:04:19, 30.6806693, -82.5600351]
WWALS E.D. Gretchen Quarterman under the US 441 Bridge, 10:04:19, 30.6806693, -82.5600351

[Into the woods, 10:04:26, 30.6806693, -82.5600351]
Into the woods, 10:04:26, 30.6806693, -82.5600351

[US 441 Deadfalls, 10:07:41, 30.6795685, -82.5613847]
US 441 Deadfalls, 10:07:41, 30.6795685, -82.5613847

[Trees in middle of river, 10:24:03, 30.6734759, -82.5632628]
Trees in middle of river, 10:24:03, 30.6734759, -82.5632628

[Flotilla, 30.6725164, -82.5660954]
Flotilla, 30.6725164, -82.5660954

[Cypress Creek Island, 30.6601621, -82.5753108]
Cypress Creek Island, 30.6601621, -82.5753108

[Red maple, 11:08:32, 30.6564169, -82.5852754]
Red maple, 11:08:32, 30.6564169, -82.5852754

[Lunching, 11:26:09, 30.6515065, -82.5951635]
Lunching, 11:26:09, 30.6515065, -82.5951635

[Intentional swimming, 13:25:52, 30.6283180, -82.6355730]
Intentional swimming, 13:25:52, 30.6283180, -82.6355730

[Unintentional swimming, 13:56:45, 30.6279723, -82.6372128]
Unintentional swimming, 13:56:45, 30.6279723, -82.6372128

[Chris White SISU FURTHER, 14:29:50, 30.6260440, -82.6459620]
Chris White SISU FURTHER, 14:29:50, 30.6260440, -82.6459620

[Movie: Full immersion swimming, 16:30:59, 30.6006764, -82.6839565 (161M)]
Movie: Full immersion swimming, 16:30:59, (161M) 30.6006764, -82.6839565

[Movie: Grandmas in a tree, 30.6006764, -82.6839565 (339M)]
Movie: Grandmas in a tree, (339M) 30.6006764, -82.6839565

[Campfire far from the woods, 19:00:13, 30.6006910, -82.6840570]
Campfire far from the woods, 19:00:13, 30.6006910, -82.6840570

[Happy campers, 19:00:39, 30.6006905, -82.6840572]
Happy campers, 19:00:39, 30.6006905, -82.6840572

[Moon over campfire, 19:01:06, 30.6006353, -82.6838867]
Moon over campfire, 19:01:06, 30.6006353, -82.6838867

For context, see the WWALS map of the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail. While the SRWT formally runs from White Springs, Florida, to the Gulf, WWALS maps the entire Suwannee River.

There are many more pictures on the WWALS website.

For more WWALS outings, see:
https://wwals.net/outings/

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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