It's a group float down the river.
At the pull-out the boats get unloaded.
Suddenly there are only two left in the boat. Jason at the helm. Rachel looking good on the bow.
Everyone is still in the boat.
Some big splashes got everybody wet on that last run.
Another good rapid run for Mark and his team.
The crew digs in for sandwiches.
Back on the river, ready to roll.
A group shot while out on a little field trip.
Dr. Taylor tells it like it is on this wide flood flat.
Once things get unpacked and the kitchen is set up, Dave and Ed whip up some eats.
A bunch of drifters just letting the current take them in the late afternoon.
Some of Mark's crew opts for a little siesta on the calm flat bits.
More choppy water.
Letting lunch settle in and sitting Nepali style.
Dave re-works the straps after things got knocked around coming down Whitehorse.
They're a dedicated bunch, and teamwork gets them through with out flipping the raft.
It's not over yet and Mark keeps a steady eye down stream.
And there they are... Kara in front suggesting a route.
Mark's crew is looking pretty satisfied after the first section through Whitehorse. But there is more to come.
After a few bends in the river, we pull out and scout out the route through Whitehorse Rapids. Eddie points it out to Mark who will be running one of the paddle boats down this rapid for the first time.
The class gathers at the top and gets a good perspective for the changes of the land around them.
The class continues further up the hill where Jason can get some cell coverage to call his daughter and wish her a happy birthday.
Dr. Taylor claims to have grown up around some Italians, and hence makes extensive use of his hands while lecturing.