Monster snake sighted in Southwest Georgia!

A snake the “size of a telephone pole” has been sighted along the Flint River in Southwest Georgia. Two Egg TV spoke with an eyewitness who saw the snake in company with others at a boat landing just south of Ichawaynochaway Creek between Bainbridge and Newton. He said that at first he thought it was […]

Ghost Town of Butler, Florida

Butler was a thriving Chattahoochee River community during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It is a ghost town today. The village was named for the Butler family that once lived there. At its height it was the location of a store, sawmill, gristmill, turpentine still, cotton gin and paddlewheel steamboat landing. Butler was […]

Exploring the wreck of the paddlewheel boat Albany

The paddlewheel steamer Albany has been a landmark of Florida’s Apalachicola River for 90 years. Two Egg TV obtained special permission to visit her wreck for this story: A U.S. government snagboat, the Albany operated on the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers from around 1928 until 1959. She was tied up and abandoned at Chattahoochee […]

Overnight River Level Updates – 1/7/2017

OVERNIGHT UPDATE (1/7/2017) More rain is falling across the area but it is too soon to know what impact it might have on river levels. The Choctawhatchee had crested at Pittman and Caryville, the Chipola had crested at Marianna and the Apalachicola had crested at Chattahoochee but that was before the overnight rains. Here are […]

The Pensacola – St. Augustine Road: A remarkable journey down Highway 2 in the Florida Panhandle

The Pensacola – St. Augustine Road was the first road connecting the two historic capitals of Florida during the Colonial era. In this special feature, Two Egg TV’s Rachael Conrad searches for traces of the historic trail and finds much more than expected! Add Two Egg TV to your Roku for free! Just search for […]

Historic River Road in Sneads, Florida

Historic River Road (SR 271) leads from Sneads north along the Florida side of Lake Seminole. It is one of the oldest roads in Florida: See more “off the beaten path” places by viewing our current program stream at http://twoegg.tv. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Reddit

Fort Gaines, GA turns 200!

Fort Gaines, the historic Georgia city overlooking the Chattahoochee River, is now 200 years old. (Be sure to see the video at the bottom of this page!) Located on the sites of American Indian settlements dating back thousands of years, the city takes its name from a frontier military post established by U.S. troops on […]