Tommy had us exit before we reached this low-head dam to show us why going over the dam would be bad (danger, Will Robinson) and how we were going to use this boat chute on the side. The boat chute was a thrill to ride down. Thanks to Tommy for keeping us safe. Here’s a map of the location of the low-head dam. Give it a try folks!
Wild Salt River Horses crossing the Lower Salt River in Arizona. It’s always a special treat to see these beautiful animals.
Wild and free! Horses too. From PaddlerToo’s blog: The Nextshot
Sunday morning paddle. Photo-kayaker is ready. Kayak and gear on river bank and down the river we go. Beautiful weather today!
The Parched Paddlers celebrate 1 year of blogging today!
PaddlerOne and PaddlerToo pose on a parched and rocky Colorado stream in July of 2013 contemplating how to capture our kayaking adventures.
Does anyone have something to drink?
A beautiful Friday morning in June. Saguaros and wild horses on the Salt.
It’s always a thrill to kayak down the Lower Salt River and run into a group of wild Salt River horses.
Paddling essentials. Water, bag to collect flotsam and nourishment stored in the forward hold: banana, homemade breakfast burrito and sports drink!