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Saturday, May 10, 2008

The Alcovy River


This picture of the Alcovy River was taken from the bridge on New Hope Church Rd. The Alcovy starts in Eastern Gwinnett County and runs south through Walton and Newton counties (Monroe is in Walton County). For more on the Alcovy River, and other rivers of Georgia, click
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9 comments:

  1. Looks like there is quite a bit of water in the river, thats good right?

    No, I didnt run in the race in Terrell. Someone had to take pictures. :-)

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  2. The water level is a very good thing Jim! We've been in a terrible drought and had strict water restrictions last summer. So far, they've lifted a few and I've notice lake levels are higher!

    Good thing they appointed you to take pictures!

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  3. This looks almost tropical. I'm glad the drought is easing up. We've had buckets of rain,which would usually cause flooding, but not this year, the ground was so dry.

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  4. I love river shots too! I bet this river is beautiful!

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  5. A lovely shot. The weather looks great! Thanks for visiting TORUŃ DAILY PHOTO here in Poland. I have replied to your comment!

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  6. It looks a wee bit brackish there

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  7. I don't know if it is but it looks like "the" place to fish in your neck of the woods.

    I posted a picture of my furry mother for Mother's Day. She was so special we considered her part of our family.

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  8. I like this. I used to go rafting down the Delaware. Can you raft or swim here?

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