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Give this piece about lichens a read! Then enjoy your weekend!

Friday #RiverCurrentsBlog
Lichen Revolutions! (plus that lichen users’ guide you’ve always been hoping for) It’s nature’s Jackson Pollock painting on the rocks. It’s finger-print evidence that a giant has been handling the boulders. It’s 1970s design inspiration, in seafoam green and burnt orange, encasing tiny goblets or exploding in fluffy shag. It’s lichen, and it’s everywhere. Read More
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Attention please, this is a public service announcement from our office pup, Honey Bee:

#MondayRiverWisdom
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These fearsome river pirates have been known to ambush the guests of which river?

#GuessWhereWednesday 
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Cheers to the weekend! This Friday, take a look at our #RiverCurrentsBlog  and work up an appetite imagining tasty riverside meals!
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#GuessWhereWednesday?!

Extra Credit: Caption River's thoughts in the comment section!
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The workday is almost over... Which means dinnertime is approaching!
Here is a little river style meal inspiration. Not to worry vegetarians, we'll get you next time! ;)
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Where are these lucky explorers?

Do you know the hike? How about the associated river trip?

#GuessWhereWednesday
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From The Deseret News in Salt Lake City.

Writer Amy Choate-Nielsen joined us for a 4-day trip down the Green River through Lodore Canyon with our artist, Michal Onyon. Read on about Amy’s first rafting experience and the thrills and excitement of her trip.
From The Deseret News in Salt Lake City. Originally published on Sept 13, 2016. Writer Amy Choate-Nielsen joined us for a 4-day trip down the Green River through Lodore Canyon with our Artist Michal Onyon. Read on about Amy’s first rafting experience and the thrills and excitement of her trip. If my children ever Read More
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Thanks Sweet Candy Company for spicing up a trip down Westwater Canyon during our 50th year anniversary!

#WhereIsTheBear #MyHoliday50th
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Serving up a Special blog this Friday bookmarking the incredible weekend celebration of Holiday River's 50th year anniversary.

"They were all coming here. The Holiday’s river guides from 1966-2016 were coalescing in this quiet town to hoot & holler once more; to kick up some dust and run some whitewater in honor of Dee & Sue Holladay and 50 years of a legacy still in the making. "

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By: Lauren Wood Ray’s Tavern was bustling with travelers, bikers and river-folk alike on the eve of the Holiday River 50th Anniversary weekend celebration. Like any other day at Ray’s, delicious smells wafted out of the brick building into the remote streets of Green River; acting like a homing beacon for river-guides far and wide. Read More
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Stargazing, Hiking, Whitewater and good company. The National Parks Traveler trip is coming up. Sept 26-01, 6-day Cataract Canyon. Join, Kurt Repanshek of the NPT and Kevin Poe, the original "Dark Ranger" from the National Park Service.
http://www.bikeraft.com/specialty-trips/national-parks-traveler-cataract-canyon-trip/
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Since 1966, Holiday River Expeditions has provided trips to the West’s most spectacular places. We specialize in Colorado River Rafting trips, which encompass several different stretches of rivers throughout Colorado and the Rocky Mountain states. Our Colorado whitewater rafting trips run through the grand canyons of every major Colorado River tributary and offer spectacular scenery and landscapes unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else in the world. Our most popular Colorado River plateau river trips like Westwater CanyonLodore Canyon and Cataract Canyon provide exciting rapids and pristine wilderness in two, four and six day adventures.
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800-624-6323, 801-266-2087
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