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: If you would like to see more about historic Apalachicola, Florida, click below for […]

USS Yorktown survivor remembers the Battle of Midway

Roger Spooner of Seminole County, Georgia, is a remarkable American. A sailor during World War II, he survived the sinking of the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown during the Battle of Midway. Two Egg TV visited with him on the 75th anniversary of the battle. Click play to hear Mr. Spooner’s remarkable story: To learn more […]

WTVY features Two Egg, Florida! (Video)

WTVY-TV featured Two Egg in Part One of their special “What’s in a name?” series!  Kimberly Hyde did a great job with the story and TwoEgg.TV was pleased to help coordinate her visit. Here’s the complete story. Just click play to watch:     Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Reddit

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 […]

Angus Gholson Nature Park in Chattahoochee, Florida

The Angus Gholson Nature Park in Chattahoochee is home to a remarkable system of hiking trails that take you along the magnificent bluffs and ravines of the upper Apalachicola River. The park is located just off Morgan Avenue in Chattahoochee and offers picnicking and restrooms in addition to the beautiful trails. These unique formations are […]

Curry Ferry Landing: Revolutionary War crossing point in Holmes County, Florida

Curry Ferry Landing is a boat launch on the Choctawhatchee River in Holmes County, Florida… but it is also much more! The ferry was in use before the American Revolution and was used by British troops during that conflict. Click play to watch this fascinating story: If you enjoyed the story of Curry Ferry Landing, […]