I love earthtone colors, and creatively fancy and unique jewelry. In addition, I am an aspired writer of fiction, wife, mother of two, and grandmother of five. In the meantime, I enjoy reading, telling stories, encouraging others, traveling, spending time with my family, and I’m very adventurous. Look to purchase my autobiographical novel in the near future.
One Adventurous Story
White water rafting was one of the many recreational activities that I tried a dare on. The picture displayed was taken at the Cheat River located in Eastern West Virginia. Look at my plunge, head first. HeeHee!
I was thankful that neither my husband’s nor my feet got stuck in between the river’s rock crevices underneath. When we capsized, I don’t know how, where he went or when my husband made it out. That’s because all the while, my eyes were closed. I remembered the position the guide demonstrated to us before we entered the river—safety precautions of course. He said that we were to hold our feet up and outward, legs together. After I held out my feet, my head popped up at the surface of the river. Afterwards, I opened my eyes. I was able to see my location. Dang it! I was too close to the swirling hole mid the river. That giagantic swirling reminded me of a Roto Rooter Plumbing drainage. Ahhhhhh!
My husband surfaced first. The guide came and rescued him. When I finally surfaced, the guide came and retrieved me. The male guide paddled me back to a huge rock near where my husband awaited me. I was told to get on top of that rock until my husband and I could safely re-enter our canoe. That instructive expression was to calm my nerves too. We had two more white water river bank hurdles to conquer before we reached the leveled bank.
Phewww, Safe!! Leveled banks.