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North Georgia professor completes 1,500-mile paddling adventure

POSTED: February 14, 2013 12:30 a.m.

Few know what it’s like to travel alone down a long and twisting river, with just your own resolve and best-laid plans to get you through the tough spots. Fewer still know what it’s like to make that trip paddling upriver.


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Finishing a 1,500-mile paddling trip

Robert Fuller, professor of geosciences and director of the Environmental Leadership Center on the University of North Georgia's Dahlonega campus, completed a 1,500-mile paddling trip on Wednesday, ending on the Etowah River in Lumpkin County. He began the trip on the Chattahoochee River in Septe...


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