River Piracy…Without the Skull and Crossbones
Photo taken from the Yukon Government Website. Photo by Michael Schmidt July 16, 2016.

River Piracy…Without the Skull and Crossbones

Kaskawulsh Glacier, Slims River, and Kaskawulsh(Alsek) River and Stream Piracy due to Glacial Melting Over the past century many of the glaciers in Alaska and Canada have retreated due to…

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Sand Wash and Hank Stewart
After flying 100 miles upstream along the Green River and landing on a primitive runway soon to be rafters hike down toward Sandwash and the beginning of Desolation Canyon.

Sand Wash and Hank Stewart

Desolation Canyon rafters hike down from the dirt runway to Sand Wash.Desolation Canyon rafting trips on the Green River generally start at Sand Wash. Sand Wash is a dirt boat ramp…

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History of Tohatsu Outboards
Tohatsu Outboard Engine on raft.

History of Tohatsu Outboards

Tohatsu is Japan's oldest outboard manufacturer. Tohatsu's first outboard engine was built in 1956, and from the beginning were found on the belief of building an engine that is dependable…

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The Kaibab Suspension Bridge
The Kaibab Suspension Bridge

The Kaibab Suspension Bridge

One of the first signs of civilization you see on a Grand Canyon rafting trip after leaving Lee's Ferry is the Kaibab Bridge. The Kaibab Suspension Bridge is located just…

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