Jun 20 - 24, 2018
** Deposits must be made per person.
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Your evening entertainment will be Cleason-Dunn-Wright, a professional performing music trio with a commitment to vocal perfection. Woven into each song are the sounds of two or sometimes three guitars, and a bass. Their music is based on popular folk rock favorites from four decades and between the three musicians there are several thousand songs, and over 35 years of performing from private parties to national television. The set list reflects their commitment to vocal perfection and includes songs from the Beatles, The Marshall Tucker Band, The Eagles, Alan Jackson, The Guess Who, the Grateful Dead, and the Allman Brothers. It is pure fun to find gems from the past and bring them to vocal life with great harmonies, excellent guitar playing and tons of popular sing-along-songs. Enjoy a private concert around the campfire. What could be better?!
Canoeing in Utah is an unforgettable odyssey. Paddling the spectacular 60-mile section of the Green River from Crystal Geyser south of Green River, UT, as it winds towards Mineral Bottom, just north of Canyonlands National Park, is the trip of a lifetime. Between the town of Green River, Utah, and Canyonlands National Park is part of the longest stretch of quiet wilderness water in the lower 48 states. As you canoe the Green River, the moving panorama is incomparable. The twisting, looping river winds its way between sheer, colorful sandstone walls, hundreds of feet high. Vast canyon systems and water channels branch in all directions, inviting hiking and exploring as well as providing excellent camping. Highlights may include hiking to Bow Knot Bend, the canyons of Trin-Alcove, plus Horseshoe Canyon. Old settler’s cabins, abandoned mines, historic outlaw hideouts, caves, ancient Fremont Indian petroglyphs (rock art panels a.d. 500-1200), and lush hidden springs await those who pass this way. Oftentimes, a layover day will be built into the trip for hiking. As you retrace Major John Wesley Powell’s 1869 route when he first floated this river and documented the area, remember his words describing his mission: “...to fill in the last white space on the map…”
The trip will begin in Moab, UT, where a local tour operator will transport passengers to the Green River entry point. Cars can be stored with the operator at no charge.