Everglades Exploration Network

A NPS invasive eradication crew completed the annual Brazilian pepper treatment in

the Chute of Still Creek on 13 February 2014.  Still Creek is in good condition.

The Crossover in the neck of Noble Hammock Loop is also in good condition.

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Thanks for another great day of paddling.

Still Creek continues to be one of the most beautiful canoe routes in the park.

Sounds like you were on the route we took from lard can to the road after the widow maker trip. Did you step in the big mud hole when you where pulling through the tall grass near the road?

It had been dark for a while at that point and I was looking straight ahead with the light when I went down.

Amazon Bill said:

Sounds like you were on the route we took from lard can to the road after the widow maker trip. Did you step in the big mud hole when you where pulling through the tall grass near the road?

Its hard to pare down 8 hours of beauty to 3.5 minutes, but this is my take.

Thanks again guys for a great day.

After the Paurotis Pond to Lard Can trek on Saturday 11/2/14, two of us headed to Nobles Hammock and Still Creek on Sunday. We diverted off the white line in the photo and followed a creek that was 2-3 feet deep and flowing south. It was narrow most of the way, with markings of an old historic looking canal. The bank was steep actually vertical in several places and the creek say 10 feet wide at the most. The tree canopy was older looking bay and white mangrove that created a cathedral type of look. Very cool indeed. Often times the white line trail was seen crisscrossing our blue trail. The white trail was wider, shallower and cloudier water.

 

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