Today’s day on the water was quite exquisite. The brackish water was just dashing. We arrived at the Deschutes River at 10 O’clock this morning giving us an energizing start with a prolonged evening slumber. After each boat had picked a hearty crew, we set out on the water armed with a range of hazardous water weaponry. As we started down river, looks of sheer joy spread across all of our faces. We were faced with some enjoyable class 1 to 4 rapids. At approximately noon, we halted at a lovely lunch venue where All Stars Rafting T.M (our rafting company) prepared us a divine spread of delicacies (burgers and dogs). After our hungers were satisfied we raced back to our watercrafts. Next were a few abrupt water riots, we were heading downstream. After a few more memorable moments on the water, we halted at an intersection with the White River. After exiting the watercraft, we hiked up yonder to a natural rock formation. These rocks so happened to be very smooth so that one could slide right down them in the form of a safe natural waterslide. When our fun had been satisfied we hiked back to our watercrafts once more and prepared ourselves for the long trek through class 4 rapids. Not long after, we approached a rapid consisting of deeper water where we could swim through the wavy current. Once back on the watercraft, us children paddled along the rest of the river to the finish. Astonishingly the Deschutes is a circular river. We next loaded the buses where Edry and Steve’s tomfoolery to spray us with water artillery was not gong to trick us. Soaked with water and joy we drove back to the All Stars Rafting T.M headquarters and were ready to head back to Cooper Spur resort. Overall, we were exhausted from our fun laborious day on the water.
From yours truly, George W.V. and Daniel E. W.
*Unfortunately, we were without cameras on todays adventure. More photos tomorrow!