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Old 05-08-2014, 11:42 AM
 
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In this day and age of instant gratification the river is still an anomaly.

It gets harder and harder to explain to pax what fun an unforeseen adventure can be. River delays, lock delays, traffic, mechanical situations and the like can make for a whole new surprise adventure you never saw coming.

If you can be open to the fun of the adventure and not focus on the change, it can be a very rewarding experience. For the few that still get it, the vacation is one of those rare wonderful things in life.

Even two days in Helena, AR can be fun if you are willing to open your eyes to it and take it in!
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