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July 27, 2011
March 12, 2006
The trip the next day started with a stop at some of the coolest rock art I've ever seen. The guides told us all about the art and knew so much about it! The river was cold but loads of fun! I got to paddle in the paddle boat and got soaked through the best rapids!
Katy, my guide, taught us how to paddle and talked us through the rapids. She showed us all sorts of rocks and new lots and told us how they were formed. She even spotted some big horn sheep on the side and showed us! Megan rode in the oar boat with Dewey and had a great time! He did all the work for her and told her all about the river-rafting history of the area and about lots of plants and animals in Utah.
Lunch was good. The guides had this amazing spread: tuna-fish salad sandwiches, loads of deli meats and cheeses, and cookies, trail mix, and all sorts of goodies! They even sliced up fruit and veggies for us to eat while they whipped together lunch.
The water wasn't scary at all, well, maybe just a little, but Katie was so good and told us exactly what to do! We paddled the whole way through all the rapids. There were even kids doing it, putting us to shame! The kid next to me was 8 years old and on a trip with his grandfather! His grandfather said that he went on a trip with his SON about 15 years ago!
We were so happy with the trip, we bought shirts when we got back to the yard. They told us all sorts of information about other trips they offered and we are going back this summer for an overnight trip! We can't wait!
From journal White Water Rafting in Vernal