A Canoe Trip On the Gunnison River

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Recently I went on a two-day canoe trip down the Gunnison River in Colorado, and camped along the way.  It may appear as though there was actually no canoeing because I was a little too terrified to take my camera out of the dry bag while on the river (I lacked the waterproof casing that would have given me peace of mind given my lack of canoeing expertise).  Thankfully, that was the case, because I ended up being in the boat that tipped into the icy cold water, twice.  The dry-land shots are complete with canyon exploring, campsite cooking, and eating raspberries off our fingertips at the end of the trip.