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Aug 20, 2017

Another pretty day on the river
last update: 08/20 @ 18:44

Today we decided to actually go downstream.

So we put in at Angler’s Inn and headed down to Lock 10.

I swear there have been way more open boats on the river since we got back from Idaho. We saw two in parking lot.

There was a handy rock for the camera and it’s timer just past Offet Island. I’ve Got to remember to bring a dry towel to wipe the lens with :)

We found the rope swing again. This time, the water was a much better temperature and so we all took several swings.

I’m biased, but I think I got the most distance.

Robert got the most splash.

And with our new addition to the fleet, we all paddled back into Yellow (or is it Stubblefield) Falls a couple times.

It really was a beautiful day on river. And a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

I’m sure we’ll do it again soon.

Aug 06, 2017

Addition to the Flotilla
last update: 08/06 @ 21:18

On our last day in Lewsiton after the Salmon trip, we drove up to Moscow, home of NRS, and picked up an inflatable kayak.

(Moscow Idaho is way closer than the more well known Moscow.)

Robert chose green over blue. It’s very green.

We call it the Green Machine.

It’s a lot of fun.

And we discovered it’s very stable.

Stable enough for yoga.

Which is an interesting look on the river.

Robert and Sarah are now fighting over who gets to paddle the Green Machine.

Or, should that who gets to stand on the Green Machine?

Our silly standing boaters showing off :)

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