Re: NANFA-- Collecting in the Low Country (longish)
Wed, 30 Jan 2002 16:12:02 EST

ive camped there several years ago w/ the local sierra club. neat place.
summer tho is miserable... hot and buggy. spring should be fine. lots of
gators there. you cant take your poodle on canoe trips tho. my wife and i
fight when we try to steer the canoe... with my poor small 4 year old son in
the middle. we were banging into all kinds of stuff... gators were leaping
off the banks. yeow. later we rented a motorized boat. that was a blast
whizzing thru green swampy corridors.
keep me/us posted on a Okefenokee trip. should be fun in the spring. on my
way down i drive by the ken something fish farm near waycross ga, where he
raises all kinds of fish for farm ponds... including some kind of hybrid
bream he is proud of. he has a giant fiberglass bream hanging as a sign just
off the highway.
those blue barred pygmies sound neat...

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