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Whitewater Rafting

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A big motor rig navigating Lava Falls in the Grand Canyon. A whitewater raft at the top of a wave in Hermit Rapid. View from the passenger's seat. My rig tied up to a tamarix in an eddy. A private rafter in the late 1970s running Granite Rapid in the Grand Canyon. A private trip camp in 1978 on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. A river trip on the East Fork of the Carson River in California and Nevada. A private river trip camp on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. Supai Spire, near 23 1/2 rapid on the Colorado River. Floating past a sheer wall in the Grand Canyon. A raft just missing House Rock hole. Whitewater rafts tied up at Tapeats Creek. A rafter hiking up Matkatamiba Canyon. Boats at the entrance to Gates of Lodore. A motor rig entering Hance Rapid. The Lower Klamath River below Dragon's Tooth rapid, with a large bird's nest in a tree-top. Snow fall on a river trip on the East Fork of the Carson River in California and Nevada. A group of large motor rafts tied up across from the put-in at Lee’s Ferry on the Colorado River just before it enters the Grand Canyon. A view down the miracle mile of Marble Gorge. Granite Dike put-in on the Kings River. A raft doing a tube-stand in the entry to Hermit Rapid. Raft guides admiring the brightly painted Grand Canyon Dories moored in Havasu Canyon. A Colorado River rafter scooping some water from Thunder River. A view of Diamond Peak from the Colorado River. River rafts floating into the most beautiful stretch of river in the United States. A helicopter flying down the Colorado River, probably in the 1970s or 1980s. Diamond Peak with a rafter approaching takeout not far now, after traveling over 200 miles by river. A private boat tied up at camp on the South Fork of the American River. The Lower Klamath River below Dragon's Tooth rapid. Lava Falls from upriver.

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