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Kayaking on Rainbow River in Dunnellon, FL

The NWFLOA team attended the 2017 Florida Paddler’s Rendezvous in Ocala, FL this past weekend, and one of our trip destinations was Rainbow River in Dunnellon, FL, about 45 minutes away via Hwy 40 and Hwy 41. Our trip started … Continue reading

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Announcing the 2018 Florida Paddler’s Rendezvous Dates

  The 2017 Florida Paddler’s Rendezvous just wrapped up in Ocala, FL, and with that came the announcement that the rendezvous for 2018 will be held October 26-28 at Bear Lake Recreational Area north of Milton, FL in the panhandle. … Continue reading

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We Can’t Afford to Lose the Environmental Protection Agency

  I have prepared a brief statement in response to FL Representative Matt Gaetz’s proposed bill to dismantle the Environmental Protection Agency. My name is Beverly Hill, and in addition to being an outdoor lover and kayaking enthusiast, I am … Continue reading

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A Hike to Cherokee Sink near Wakulla Springs

  I learned of Cherokee Sink Hiking Trail while preparing for a return visit to Wakulla Springs south of Tallahassee. My morning plans consisted of a river boat ride on the Wakulla River followed by a couple of hours of … Continue reading

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Kayaking on Big Escambia Creek on the Alabama/Florida Line

On this adventure, I met up with the FPCKC (Florida Panhandle Canoe & Kayak Connection) group that I’m a part of, in order to join them on a trip down Big Escambia Creek (aka Conecuh River), which as luck would … Continue reading

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