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LOCAL ROUTES

Local Routes-Episode 208

  • Aired: 02/09/2017
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
We kick off this week just east of Chattahoochee in Northern Gadsden county, just south of the Florida/Georgia state line. While there, we explore the rocky area and shark fossils along the Apalachicola River. Next, we meet the people and the animals of the St. Francis Wildlife Association. We are introduced to a cracker cow named Flossie. And the group Taller Trees performs in our studio.
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The Apalachicola river, St. Francis Wildlife Association, and Taller Trees.
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