Rafting Down the Black River
by Kimberly Horst
(Isanti, MN )
Contest Entry #19- Rafting Down the Black River
The best part of being on vacation is relaxation and going rafting down the Black River is one way to reach that goal.
The raft does not hold more than four average adults and the river complements the mood with a lazy feel.
Bring your binoculars so that you can spy the creation around you such as pelicans and terns. Don't forget your water and a light snack.
I recommend not to ruin this beauty by bringing alcohol. Afterwards, take the time to stop and shop in the town who's roots go back to the 18th century and grab lunch with authentic flair.
It is sure to be a great day!!!
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