So Lauriel gave me the job of typing out this little entry. This is Andrew by the way. I guess I will just give a play by play of the last rapid on the trip which is a fairly large water fall.This first picture is of us setting up for the drop. Notice how serious we all are. This is the big times.
Here's anther shot of us being all serious. You can see our guide Pete in the back of the boat. He was kind enough to take us down a rapid backwards and spin us through a few others.
This is us "getting down". You're suppose to do this when there is a possibility of falling out. In the process of "getting down" you should most likely grab onto the ties on the bottom of the boat to minimize being flung from within.
Notice Lauriel in the middle covering her eyes and ask yourself "what is she holding onto that will help keep her in the boat?"
Cory is screaming but not covering his eyes. This tell you that he has a firm grip on the boat and higher chances of staying in than others.
Eyes are still covered.
The guide has a lovely grip on the boat. I guess he does do this everyday.
Now we disappear.
Is what it is.
Everything seems to be fine here besides a few bumps.
Now think back to that question you asked yourself and notice Lauriel on the verge of taking a dip in the river.
Luckily she landed on the edge and didn't go over.
Cory in the front left is looking back because in one of the previous pictures while we were practically under water Lauriel head butted him.
Now he is being kind because he thinks she made a poo in her wetsuit.
Carina looks a little worried for her too.
Even Tyler shows a little concern
Pats on the back are a must when something of this nature happens.
Bums and Carina smiling.
So we all made it through and stayed in the boat. I'm convinced that Lauriel was conducting an experiment to see if covering your eyes would work as well as holing onto something tangible. I guess she proved that covering your eyes does work when you are in a sketchy situation. So remember, next time you think something bad is going to happen just cover your eyes. When we got back and saw the pictures the staff was amazed and said they had never seen anyone do that. We haven't looked but you may be able to go to the Wet Planet website and see the end of our trip.