Wednesday, January 31, 2007

"Strip Off, Hump Up and Get Out!"

Finally found the lost copy of this great article about Three Hundred Springs (a.k.a. "Plum Lick").

Click on the frames separately to read about the best time to go and the best way to travel. Plus how to avoid bulls and copperheads when you get there.

P.S. Don't be misled into thinking this is a famous place or anything. The RRCC clipping service is a little different than everybody else's. So is the RRCC filing system, because this article was folded up and stuck in the "Atlas of Kentucky Cemeteries and Graveyards" in the back of the Suburban.

Humped up under the falls.


Sunday, January 28, 2007

Three Hundred Springs, Kentucky

There's a unique area on our intended section of the river called Three Hundred Springs.

These falls are actually one of the springs, which is why spring (the season) is the best time of year to do this float. The kayak at the bottom of the picture is paddling on the Green River.

Here's another nice Kentucky Waterfall.


Friday, January 26, 2007

IMPORTANT Spring Trip Announcement

We're changing the date like a Caremark stock option. The Spring '07 trip originally scheduled for April 27-29 has been moved to April 20-22.

Still a two-nighter, still on the Green.

By moving the trip up a week we missed the 90-day publishing deadline sooner than we expected to miss it. We'll make up for lost time with a bunch of stuff about the Green River which is known for its springs, waterfalls and caves (including the Mammoth one). Lots of good pictures coming soon. That's the Green River above with a very good looking gravel bar island big enough for a hundred Rebels.


Saturday, January 13, 2007


The RRCC web site will be updated beginning 90 days prior to each trip and for 30-days after. This new rule is hereby applied retroactively to the last two months when we didn't get around to posting anything. So start checking in around January 27.

In the meantime, ladies, don't forget to have your Bubba at least once a day.