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Cottonmouth hides behind low branches in the Apalachicola River delta.

RiverTrek 2012 Part 2 | Apalachicola River Delta

In today’s video, we kayak the lower Apalachicola and finish our RiverTrek 2012 adventure.  We also join the Army Corps of Engineers in Apalachicola Bay, where oystermen show them the damage done by low river flows.

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Rob Diaz de Villegas WFSU-TV


Did you enjoy Part 2 but haven’t seen Part 1 yet?  Watch it here.

In the video above, I say something like “and just like that, RiverTrek was over.”  Except, for me, it kept going on for another month as I edited two video segments.  This post is the end of my RiverTrek 2012 experience (edit 9-13-18- I ended up having a few more RiverTrek adventures).  I’ll end it by writing an update from our last day on the trip.  I did updates every other day, but on this day,  I was reunited with my wife, Amy, and one year old son Max.  We had dinner in Apalachicola and then drove home to Tallahassee, and so I didn’t end up writing that day’s post. Continue reading RiverTrek 2012 Part 2 | Apalachicola River Delta