Archive for the 'River Tales (Near Truths and Canyon Nights)' Category


Tuolumne After a Storm, Day 2

January 14th, 2006 Robyn Suddeth

The next morning began with our hike back into the canyon. We were all hoping that the water had gone down enough to ensure that our journey out would be by boat that day instead of foot. Once back to the rafts we were happy to see that everything had remained intact. The river, however, […]

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Tuolumne After A Storm, Day 1

January 14th, 2006 Robyn Suddeth

So there we were… All of us gathered at Casa Loma after a night of dinner and drinks in the happening town of Groveland. It was raining outside and the river level in the canyon below us just kept rising and rising. Our spirits were really high- a lot of us hadn’t seen each other […]

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Hell or High Water

January 14th, 2006 Robyn Suddeth

For anyone who loves rafting this is a valid question- hell being equivalent to zero water and high water being, well, high water. So, as winter finally begins in earnest here in California, we wait and pray for the same type of winter we had last season. Although storms raged all winter long last year, […]

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