Rescheduled to late January due to cold weather and low water:
a long expert paddle to start the Alapaha Quest!
Along the way we will pass Rowetown Church and the Willacoochee River Confluence
as we paddle down the wild and exotic Alapaha River in the south Georgia winter.
There will probably be many deadfalls, and unless the water is quite high,
we probably will have to drag over or around them, so bring a rope for your boat.
9AM Saturday, January 27, 2018
Sheboggy Landing at US 82, east of Alapaha, Berrien County, Georgia.
GA 135 Atkinson near Willacoochee, GA in Atkinson County.
Price: This outing is free to all WWALS members, and $10 per vessel for non-members.
We recommend you support the work of WWALS by
becoming a WWALS member today!
Photo by Bret Wagenhorst 2017-06-03, of improved Sheboggy Landing.
Thanks to Berrien County Commission for funding the new concrete and road smoothing,
and thanks to Ben Warren, Berrien County Roads Superintendent, for doing the work.
a rope for dragging your boat over deadfalls,
cold weather gear, including clothes that will stay warm if wet,
and a change of dry clothes in a waterproof container.
That’s in addition to
the usual personal flotation device, boat paddles, food, drinking water, warm clothes, and first aid kit.
Also trash pickers and trash bags: every WWALS outing is also a cleanup.
The new outing date is after deer hunting season,
so that’s a relief.
Hunting will still be on for small game.
That’s much less of a worry, but it wouldn’t hurt to wear hunting orange if you’ve got it.
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