“…[the river] It’s brother and sister to me, and aunts, and company, and food and drink, and (naturally) washing. It’s my world, and I don’t want any other. What it hasn’t got is not worth having, and what it doesn’t know is not worth knowing.” – Kenneth Grahame The Wind in the Willows
Grilled cheese sandwhiches are delicious any time of day, week, or year, but they are especially delicious after a long day of hiking, rafting, or any other activity that leaves you feeling tired and accomplished.
For many women going without a your normal hygiene routine for five days is no big deal, for others the thought can cause night terrors and panic attacks. Here are some easy tips and tricks to help you feel like a river goddess on your next adventure.
Idaho is full of adventure for the outdoor enthusiast. Stanley, located just two and a half hours northeast of Boise, is a hub for hiking, biking, horseback riding, rafting and more. If you've ever been rafting on the Middle Fork of the Salmon, chances are you met up with you group in Stanley, and that is exactly where our Middle Fork of the Salmon trips start.
A note from Peter Grubb, Founder of ROW Adventures, on the meaning of rivers in his life
My own introduction to rivers came during a river rafting experience in 1970 on an 8th grade science club trip to the Stanislaus River in California’s gold country. I remember being enthralled by the experience.
The Pacific Northwest’s whitewater game is super strong with Idaho’s Snake and Salmon River and Oregon’s Rogue River showing rafting enthusiasts why they’re labeled as “Wild & Scenic.” With so many epic whitewater rapids and adventures to choose from, we know it’s difficult to pick the best rivers to take on.