The Broken Arrow Resort
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... or concrete. It is like camping in someone's back yard! It is run by an elderly lady whose husband died 3 years ago. Deer roam freely in the park, and she feeds them every night. To top it off, it is only $20 a night with full hook ups! We set up the Goose for the night, poured ourselves a glass of wine and grabbed our chairs and binoculars to scan the hills above us. Roz quickly spotted a herd of 9 bighorn sheep grazing on the hills above us. We have become pretty good ...
... my Blackberry and I don't know why, yet. Following highway 90 was quite different from highway 95 as this years route took me along the river which was both scenic and serene. I loved the sound of silence when I stopped to take a picture of some fishermen as they silently floated down the river. They appeared to be in their bliss and did not seem to be aware of my ...
... a stop to see a ranch on the river.
After breakfast we quickly got changed into our river gear, loaded up our tents, mattresses, sleeping bags and dry clothes while the Canyons guides were breaking down the kitchen and camp.
We did roll practice in the eddy and in the wave train in front of our beach to get warmed up for the day. Our first rapid was class II Maisie's Rapid which was a fun wave train with a huge wave on ...
... before trying to roll because of the size and power of the waves. We were told the river level was about 9,000 cfs today, a slight decline from yesterday and that we would be paddling about the same distance as yesterday, just about 13 miles. We were told we were going to make some stops but we weren't told what we were going to stop for.
Once everyone was ready we began down river. We paddled only .1 of a mile before pulling over into an eddy ...
... here and there. We made a pit stop along the way and we finally arrived at the put-in around lunch time.
When we got there we could see that the rest of the Canyons staff was there and had our kayaks unloaded and waiting for us. They also had lunch set out for us. We had a chance to change into our river gear, use the last civilized toilet for the week and eat lunch. Lunch consisted of sandwiches, drinks, chips and cookies.
We then had some time to ...