Kayaking Weekend on the Suwannee River

This weekend, Nelson and I enjoyed a two day, 25 mile kayak run down the Suwannee River. We started at the Hal Adams Bridge with 24 kayaks and canoes near Live Oak. Then we paddled 15 miles and camped at Adams Track campsite which you can only access by boat. Since Edwin McCook was our coordinator and had access to getting the small Uhaul trailor into the camp with our camp gear and food, we did not have to port it on the kayaks. We had a nice cook out and watched the full moon rise on Saturday. Sunday, we broke camp and paddled down another 10 miles to Branford. The weather was perfect with glassy water and no rain even though it was predicted as 40% both days.
This weekend, Nelson and I enjoyed a two day, 25 mile kayak run down the Suwannee River. We started at the Hal Adams Bridge with 24 kayaks and canoes near Live Oak. Then we paddled 15 miles and camped at Adams Track campsite which you can only access by boat. Since Edwin McCook was our coordinator and had access to getting the small Uhaul trailor into the camp with our camp gear and food, we did not have to port it on the kayaks. We had a nice cook out and watched the full moon rise on Saturday. Sunday, we broke camp and paddled down another 10 miles to Branford. The weather was perfect with glassy water and no rain even though it was predicted as 40% both days.
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