Monday, July 19, 2004

The 7 Rivers Expedition is Complete...

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John and Toby, along with our friend Travis, completed the eighth and final free-flowing river in our expedition lineup.

The boys and girls are headed home with lots of pictures and film. Here is all I have for now.

From Nikola Kelly via Email

"Hi Daniel,

Here’s my part of the Grand Canyon, Toby is giving the paddlers view. we are having problems getting my photos to take on this computer, john the wizard is sorting. ps can you do my spell check!

Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne, the last of the great high sierras, it was always dubious if we were going to be able to obtain this one, water shortage and the scary usa government seemed to be against us. But whilst driving out of the Kings Canyon, jacked from the trip of a life time, plans for the final descent of the illegal last river were set in place, maybe a little in denial that our dreamful kayak trip could be coming to an end.

So there we were, only three left from the team plus our friend, sifting around the Yosemite national park madness, we were weekend visitors trying to blend in. Scoping out the scene, Monday was our put on day, the day we were too bet the Man. Because of Homeland Security threats, excessive ranger activity and my fragile visa existence in America I opted to be trail support. An innocent Kiwi girl taking a walk down the river, radio in hand to warn the boys of possible threats, rather gripping experience for the boys I think. I enjoyed the different pace, waltzing along the track, light pack, but must admit, water passage is a much more efficient and exciting form of transport.

I will let Toby tell the story from the on-water rats.

Hope that’s ok we are hitting the road so a quick jobby."

11 Comments:

At 5:30 PM, Blogger ed said...

wow...great story, beautiful photography, glad everyone made it home in one piece.

man, am i glad i moved to california. LOVE IT.

 
At 10:16 PM, Blogger J&M said...

Now that looks like fun. Dangerous, but fun.

You Americans are bonkers... That's probably why some of my best mates are "Septics"!

 
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At 1:30 PM, Blogger Matthew S. Urdan said...

Awesome adventure everyone! Definitely one of the finest blogs I have ever seen...I used it as an example to launch my blog this year starting with travels to Alaska January 11. I have ordered the DVD, finally, and I can't wait to see it. Thank you for recording your adventure so brilliantly!

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At 8:31 PM, Anonymous Kayak Rack Mack said...

What a great ending, I live to see the day Americans stop living in a state of paranoia. Long live freedom!

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