Inn at Crumpin-Fox
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... they gave the usual spiel, mainly emphasizing not to stand in the river. The only reason not to stand, and a very good one, is that the river is pushing down stream at a rapid rate. As your feet hit the rocks on the bottom, your foot can get caught between the rocks. While this may not be a problem, say, in Florida, here, the river will then push you under and, well, you are stuck. Remembering this, we embarked on our latest adventure. ...