Washington Post Article Lauds RRFW's Wiki

River Runners for Wilderness' Rafting Grand Canyon Wiki was cited in a September 30, 2007, Washington Post trip planning guide as a resource for good rafting advice and can be read at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/09/28/AR20070….

The guide is a companion piece to an article written by Sharon Barrett, which chronicles the river journey of a first-time non-commercial river runner rafting Grand Canyon and can be read at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/09/28/AR20070…. She muses about safety and clothing issues in the wildly-varying temperatures of Grand Canyon, especially as it applies to her breast prosthesis.

Barrett notes that RRFW's Wiki is "particularly helpful for do-it-yourselfers". The Rafting Grand Canyon Wiki is a free web-based "how-to" guide for all aspectsof river rafting in Grand Canyon. Written by river runners for river runners, the topics include pre- and post-river trip planning information, on-the-river information, the Grand Canyon National Park river runner orientation video, and a resources section. There's also a link to a Yahoo online discussion group ofover 400 river runners at https://rrfw.org/RaftingGrandCanyon/Web-Based_Groups.

New additions to the Wiki include a section on Glen Canyon Dam, human waste disposal after the river trip, and an amazing just-released video called "Carnage at Lava Falls" by Duwain Whitis, linked at: https://rrfw.org/RaftingGrandCanyon/Rapids.

Visitors can read the Wiki from beginning to end or search on a particular topic of interest.

Anybody wanting to update or add information can simplyset up a user ID and password for the site, then go to the topic you are interested in and click the "discussion" tab. Discussions will be read by the editors and appropriate content added to the topic.

The Rafting Grand Canyon Wiki web site is at https://rrfw.org/RaftingGrandCanyon/Main_Page.