Larry Meisner@peanutm6678➡️256➡️828➡️706 | UGA ‘21 | Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication | part-time mountain-dwelling bum peanutm6.wordpress.com/contributions/# Athens, GA Joined August 2011
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Smokies Road Info @SmokiesRoadsNPS12 months ago
Little River Rd from Metcalf Bottoms to the Townsend Wye is temporarily closed due to a rock
spacey space cadet @sp1cyspacecadeta year ago
Some recent waterfalling around Western North Carolina #whitewater #kayak
Mark E. Johnson @markejohnsona year ago
They came, they saw, they showed: UGA students photograph a day at the fair on @ajc . #ugavj @UGAGrady ajc.com/life/photos/ug…
@whitneyneil Wish I could like this twice
“The sister of former Georgia Bulldogs QB Justin Fields” @Dawgs247 do better
Fortunate to have two of my images selected for the National Paddling Film Festival still image competition! If you feel so inclined, it would mean a lot if you could vote on my images as well as all the other creative work that’s featured. Cheers! npff.org/still-image-co…
Was finally able to get back in a boat this weekend on the Chattooga River. Here are some highlights from a beautiful high water day 🌊🛶
Been using “nuance” a lot lately. That word goes crazy
they called it the “Suicide Section.” Though boat technology and athletes have progressed and it no longer has the same infamous reputation, the name remains. Here’s what can be found at the bottom of one of Alabama’s most beautiful places—emerald water and high quality rapids.
In the mid 70s a group from Georgia Tech became the first paddlers to navigate the upper reaches of Little River Canyon just southwest of Chattanooga, TN. Due to the dangerous geological nature of the run (massive, sporadically placed boulders create lots of siphons in the river)
My favorite homework is when I cut and paste all the stuff on today's to-do list onto tomorrow's to-do list
"Slicey" boats are kayaks made with very little volume in the front and back, allowing the paddler to (quite literally) slice the water and do freestyle tricks. Here's part of an edit I put together of my friend Will and I slicing up the Cheoah River in Robbinsville, NC.
Cut4 @Cut42 years ago
I put 4 spinach leaves in my pasta and ride my bike for 30 minutes then think it’s okay to eat 26 Oreos before I go to sleep every night
Barstool Sports @barstoolsports2 years ago
Just happy to be alive. twitter.com/HolyCow_Inc/st…
The Red & Black Sports @redblacksports2 years ago
“We've got to let these freshmen go out there and grow up a little bit these first two weekends and see what they got,” said #UGA baseball head coach Scott Stricklin. More about Georgia’s freshman class and their significant role from @_drewhubbard: redandblack.com/sports/freshma…
Jet Jones ✈️ Since 2011, his 96.7 receiving yards per game lead the league.
This is one of my favorite designs yet!
Matty ICE is here to stay.. can’t wait to see him work in Arthur Smith’s offense. 🧊❄️👀 #RiseUpATL
Daniela Marulanda @dani_phantom102 years ago
This is a trend I can behind.
Just saw a Facebook post full of old white people asking what happened to free speech b/c of Morgan Wallen 😩😩 like bro it protects you from the g o v e r n m e n t
Dierks Bentley @DierksBentley2 years ago
Love this guy right here. @brothersosborne. Happy you are telling your story dude. 🤘👊
Coffee and a bagel before class today. Hell yeah
Georgia Baseball @BaseballUGA2 years ago
Congrats @RWebb55 from @BaseballAmerica
Rapid name: Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out. It’s named that because of a protrusion at the bottom of the drop on looker’s left that’s knocked at least one person out over the years. The key is to have left angle for the bottom tier and avoid the “punch-out rock.”
Hello all! Covering the realm of outdoor recreation in my multiplatform story production class and I'm looking to do a story on the outdoor industry and the effects of COVID-19. If you have 5 minutes to spare, do me a favor and fill out this survey :) docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAI…
@andrejgallant Hahahah thanks, when I’m not working on multiplatform assignments you can usually find me floating down steep creeks in western NC