Kayakers paddling the northern reaches of Lake Hartwell are something you can see almost any day of the week, but it is amazing to think that this activity has been going on for centuries.  The north Tugaloo River Corridor is oozing with artifacts documenting that the area was very popular with the Cherokee Indians hundreds of years ago, and the first white settlers were granted land in that area after the Revolutionary War.  On September 1st, Kelly Vickers, a local historian, will lead a kayak tour of the area followed by a fun cookout.   For more information, or to sign up, click here - and don't forget to save some time to let us help you find your spot on the lake.