Snake River Whitewater Photos

As you read in the post about Grand Tetons, we did a rafting excursion on part of the Snake River outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  Had one of our Best Days Ever! thanks to the folks at Jackson Hole Whitewater rafting — and you can see by the crazy expressions on our faces, this was a very exciting, Class 3/ Class 4 whitewater adventure.

Now that we are back home, I connected with the folks who took photos along the way at the Big Kahuna whitewater dunk (Float-O-Graphs) and bought my package of photos.

Doug was “riding the bull” for this section of the river, where you straddled the front of the raft.  Jackie was further back, furiously paddling to keep us moving along, but as you see, she gets equally swamped and ends up bounced into the middle of the raft.

Feel free to chuckle loudly at the “OMG” expressions you see – and watch that foot, as Doug practically disappears.

Enjoy.

 

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4 thoughts on “Snake River Whitewater Photos

  1. laurie spry

    Did that long time ago in Maine. VERY fun though definitely hair-raising! Good for you!

    On Sat, Sep 23, 2017 at 10:29 AM, Adventures with Doug and Jackie wrote:

    > Doug and Jackie posted: “As you read in the post about Grand Tetons, we > did a rafting excursion on part of the Snake River outside Jackson Hole, > Wyoming. Had one of our Best Days Ever! thanks to the folks at Jackson > Hole Whitewater rafting — and you can see by the crazy express” >

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  2. Bernadette Mobley

    Wow!

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  3. Linda Wilson

    OMG! That looked like so much fun! I want to go again. They have them in Chattanooga.

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