Update 2023-03-03: Clean Rivers 2023-03-02.
For those who want to take out early from the Mayor and Chairman’s Paddle tomorrow, thanks to Paul Deloach we have access to his private boat ramp, after 2.6 river miles. That’s little more than an hour paddling.
Parking, Paul Deloach Boat Ramp
As you can see, there’s plenty of parking.
So come on down to Troupville Boat Ramp as early as 8 AM, deposit your boat, or get one from State Line River Outfitters, drive to this takeout or to Spook Bridge, and the Boys & Girls Club will shuttle you back to Troupeville Boat Ramp to paddle. Don’t worry about how to drive to the takeouts: we’ll explain that tomorrow morning, and there will be convoys.
For everything else about the paddle, see:
There are some more pictures below.
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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