Tag Archives: ecotourism

Riding the Apalachicola River with Capt. Gill

Join us for a journey through the estuary of the Apalachicola River with Capt. Gill Autrey:

You can learn more about Capt. Gill’s River Cruises by visiting  www.captgill.com.

Here are some additional photos from our cruise on the lower Apalachicola River:

The waterfront of historic Apalachicola, Florida.
The Apalachicola River not far upstream from its mouth.
Bloody Bluff Landing was once called “Dueling Bluff.” U.S. forces occupied the bluff as a command post during the attack on the Fort at Prospect Bluff (“Negro Fort”).
Prospect Bluff, site of the British Post (later called the “Negro Fort) and Fort Gadsden, was the scene of the deadliest cannon shot in American history.
An osprey nest in the estuary of the Apalachicola River, Florida.
The beautiful marshes of the Apalachicola River estuary.

If you would like to see more about historic Apalachicola, Florida, click below for a tour of the city and its history:

Gopher Tortoise Day in Two Egg, Florida

gopherHappy Gopher Tortoise Day!

The Gopher Tortoise Council has officially adopted April 10th as Gopher Tortoise Day in Florida. It is a day set aside to raise public awareness about these incredible tortoises.

Two Egg TV celebrates with our new story on the history of gopher tortoises in Jackson and Washington Counties, Florida. Just click play to watch:

If you would like to learn even more about gopher tortoises, please consider this nicely produced story from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). Just click play to watch:

Here are some links for additional information, including coloring sheets and activity books for kids:

What is Two Egg TV and how do I watch it?

two frying eggs in pan on tableWhat is Two Egg TV and how do I watch it? That is a popular question these days and here is the answer!

Two Egg TV is a multi-platform television and programming source that is headquartered near the quaint little community of Two Egg, Florida. Our focus is “off the beaten path” travel, history and ecotourism in the Southeast, with a particular focus on the states of Florida, Georgia and Alabama.

Two Egg TV can be watched on your television, computer, tablet or phone. Here’s how:

Television

Two Egg TV is available to television viewers through the use of a Roku box, device or smart TV. All you need is an internet connection. Just go to “Streaming Channels” on your Roku start-up screen and search for Two Egg TV. Click add! Two Egg TV is absolutely free and charges no subscription fee.

If you aren’t familiar with Roku, it is the world’s top provider of streaming television. You can connect a Roku box or stick to your existing TV – or buy a Roku-ready smart TV – and watch hundreds of free television channels as well as subscription channels like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, etc. There is no monthly fee for a Roku device. They are available at most top retailers including Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target, etc., or you can order from us at the bottom of this page.

Computers, Tablets & Smart Phones

Two Egg TV can be watched on virtually any other device by adding the free Roku app (Apple and Android products) or just visiting our free website at www.twoegg.tv or our free YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/twoeggtv/.

Be sure to click the Subscribe button if you visit us on YouTube! It is free and will help you keep up with new programs as they launch.

We are absolutely free and hope that you will make us a regular part of your day!

Here are some recommended Roku products if you are interested in watching us on your television set:
       

        

 

Blue Springs State Park near Clio, Alabama

Alabama’s Blue Springs State Park is known for two large pools fed by a natural spring that pours out 3,600 gallons of water per minute. The spring is an important source of water for the Choctawhatchee River.

Blue Springs State Park is open 365 days per year. Hours are 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. (Oct. 1-Feb. 28) and 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. (March 1 – Sept. 30). Admission is $4 per person (ages 12-61), $1 for seniors (62+), $1 for kids (4-11) and free for kids 3 and under.

To learn more, please visit http://alapark.com/blue-springs-state-park.

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Providence Canyon – A visit to Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon

Providence Canyon Outdoor Recreation Area is a state park in Southwest Georgia that preserves one of the most unique geological areas in the South:

The park is open 7 days per week from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern time from September 15-April 14 and from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. from April 15-September 14. The visitor center is open on weekends from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Providence Canyon Outdoor Recreation Area near Lumpkin, Georgia.
Providence Canyon Outdoor Recreation Area near Lumpkin, Georgia.

The cost to visit is $5 per vehicle.

In addition to the canyons, the park offers picnic areas, playgrounds, hiking trails, 3 Pioneer Campsites and 6 Backcountry Campsites. Pull-in camping with hookups is available at nearby Florence Marina State Park.

Providence Canyon State Park is located at 8930 Canyon Rd, Lumpkin, GA 31815. GPS: N 32.064445 | W -84.921913.

More information: www.exploresouthernhistory.com or www.gastateparks.org.

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Adventure into Old Indian Cave

Historic Old Indian Cave is part of Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna, Florida. The cave has been closed to the public for nearly 50 years but Two Egg TV obtained special permission to crawl inside for a look:

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Falling Creek Falls in Lake City, Florida

Falling Creek Falls is an unexpected but absolutely beautiful little waterfall in Lake City, Florida. Just minutes from Interstate 10, it is a great place to stop for a walk while traveling across North Florida.

To see more great stories from the Southeast, be sure to visit our main page at www.twoegg.tv.