Llano River Canoeing
May 6, 2006
This canoe trip would be a very long day trip, but it can be done or you can camp in the wonderful South Llano River State Park. The South Fork of the Llano River, south of Junction is a wonderful river for canoeists of all skill levels. There are many rapids that offer a fast and exciting ride, yet, when and if canoes flip, there is little danger of injury, for the water is usually less than waist deep.
The May 6th river trip by the newly resurrected Permian Basin Outing Club is just one of many monthly trips planned. Other activities will include backpacking, climbing/rappelling, caving, archeology, mountain biking, and many other outdoor activities that are designed for all ages and skill levels. Call the Sibley Center at (432) 684-6827 if you have an interest in joining the club.
All photos courtesy of Steven Schafersman
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Group picture of participants: Front row (l-r) Olivia Gray, Olivia Whitaker, Sharon Barber, and Kay Crum, Back row (l-r) Richard Galle, Rick Gray, Terry Whitaker, Pat Barber, David Crum, Pat Dearen, and Don Moore. Steven Schafersman is behind the camera.