Monthly Archives March 2017

Toil and Danger

Toil and Danger Our third day on the river promises the biggest, most dangerous rapids of the entire trip. But that morning only the guides know what we’re really in for. The rest of us are busy settling into the routine of camp life. There’s the conch horn and shout of “Coffee is ready!” and the reluctant stirring of people in their warm bedroll nests. Soon someone heads down the path into the bush, a steaming mug in one hand, the toilet ticket—a cushion emblazoned with the words “Help Me”—swinging from the other.
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Roaring 20’s

Roaring 20’s A typical day rafting down the Grand Canyon with Western River Expeditions starts at the first hint of dawn when the guides start warming up the camp kitchen. The sound of pots and pans rattling around is the first indication of a human presence after a long night of the sort of darkness modern people rarely see anymore.
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