Splishin’ and Splashin’

Back to back days of fun in the sun.

Just outside of Sac is a mellow portion of the American River that’s perfect for floating….and, of course, boozing.  Our group performed well at both.   A few people may have gotten tossed in the river, one guy did an impressive back-flop off the bank, and another guy’s car keys and a few sunglasses decided to disappear.  All in all, I’m just really proud of everyone for not drowning.

life jackets optional

I woke up on Sunday to another beautiful California day…..and a pounding headache.  Hopped in the car with Jason, Janet, and Steve and headed to the hills in search of a mythical swimming hole at the end of an unmarked trail.  Last summer, Jason and Janet hiked around in circles for a few hours and never found the place.  Needless to say, Jason was not put in charge of navigation.  Luckily we found the spot, and joined 75 of our closest WT friends sliding down rocks into ice cold snow runoff.  The pools were beautiful, and the day was definitely memorable….topped of with a variety of all sorts of snacks: corn dogs, beef jerky, oreos, killer turkey sandwich, Monster Rehab drink, and a Double Double Animal Style from In and Out.  Time to get back in the gym.

Steve gets a 10 for originality

slippery when wet

University Falls……found

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Your river float sounds fun…but that rock slip n’ slide looks like such a fun day! I love that you get out and live life Josh. LOVE IT!

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