Though the weather report was iffy, May 26 turned out to be perfect for this year’s Tugaloo River History Tour.
The paddle tour began with more than 100 excited participants. A thin line of fog hung over the Tugaloo River, allowing visitors to see just how special this area is to the state of Georgia. The fog quickly faded, and when it did, the full Tugaloo River came into view.
Hugging its normally tall banks, the river made a swift journey down the Tugaloo Corridor passing land that was formerly owned by Native Americans and then on to the historic Prather Bridge area.