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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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But this week, Dublin's city fathers truly showed the kind of out-of-theirbox thinking that sums up Ireland in 2019 - by reviving a plan to put a white water rafting and water polo facility in the north inner city at the historic George's Dock.
Though first-timers and nonswimmers are all welcome to join the fun, white water rafting is not for the faint-hearted.
If you want me to come back here and try white water rafting, I ask for your help to win the Parliament and the three state seats here.
The term White water rafting refers to foamy and whitish look of fast flowing river water.
It's a pretty cool thing to say I was the first person ever to drive a car down a white water rafting course, not something you do every day."
“Between the festivities at Bridge Day and white water rafting at a discount, this promises to be a great weekend!”
Councillors at the meeting also said that it would help improve visitor attraction to the already popular Tees Barrage International White Water rafting course which the Sky Trail would stand beside.
Contact: Vertical Descents, near Fort William, at www.verticaldescents.com White water rafting Scotland boasts a wide range of fast-flowing rivers that are perfect for a white water rafting trip.
Ever wondered where you can go white water rafting in the UAE?
"We did some white water rafting and it was really good because we started out simple and then it got harder and harder," said Ellie.
One of the main attractions drawing tourists is white water rafting in the Sutlej River.