rafting

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rafting

[′raft·iŋ]
(geology)
Transporting of rock by floating ice or floating organic materials (such as logs) to places not reached by water currents.
(oceanography)
The process of forming rafted ice.
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She said: "They were on his brother Matt's stag in Prague and just white-water rafting.
In the wake of the accident that killed tourist Aizza Mae Balbin, a 26-year-old nurse from Loboc, Bohol province, Mayor Oscar Moreno formed a task force to look into means to protect white-water rafting enthusiasts and tourists.
They had done good voluntary work and off the back of it they won this prize and white-water rafting is a great way to get started in the sport because it is fun and easily accessible.
You head to the River Tay for an introductory trip to learn the basics of paddling with some white-water rafting or the more challenging descent on the River Tummel, including a double-drop water fall - not for the faint-hearted.
He wanted to go out in a boat so I said I would go sea angling with him if he would come white-water rafting with me.
Mr Robinson, 47, died on July 31 while white-water rafting with pupils on the Tully River near Cairns in Queensland.
2 -- color) Daily News staff writer Tom Hoffarth, second from left, and his group enjoy white-water rafting in Kern River.
Just like white-water rafting, there are rapids (like the first disagreement with your boss) and flat water sections (which can sometimes be long or boring).
BRAVE grannies from North Wales swapped jam and scones for a white-water rafting fund-raising challenge.
44 brief tales of everything from Philippine cock-fights to white-water rafting through the Nepali Himalayas, hitchhiking from Brunei to Bangkok, experiencing the mysteries of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, and more fill this exciting travelogue.
Further down the list are cowboy ranching, wing walking and white-water rafting.
Other activities include (depending on the camp) cave touring, white-water rafting, rope courses, and horseback riding.