Explorer | 30 pts
Holy cow. If someone had warned me about this run, I wouldn't have done it. First thing's first: it is a pristine, beautiful, run. However, years of storms and neglect left out tribe of 6 scrambling over, under, and around 50-60 (no exaggeration) different log-jams that were completely impassible. The problem with some of these is that each log jam is essentially a habitat for fire ants, spiders, water mocassins, and alligators. What should have taken 5 hours ended up taking us nearly 9 hours to go from US-27 down to Smith's Landing. We barely made it out before it was too dark/dangerous to continue. I STRONGLY recommend that you bring a chainsaw, a flashlight, and leave no later than 8am if you intend to run the whole 9.6 miles.