More Than a Canoe Trip

Marcia Murphy: It was going to be a day of pure fun because I just loved canoeing. Besides, I was going to be with friends from school. When we got to the river, we divided up into groups. I was in the passenger seat, with two boys paddling.

Edward Berhorst: I was steering our canoe. The river was high that day. We came to a bend in the river, and we couldn't quite tell where to go. Straight ahead didn't seem quite right, but there wasn't any other way. Before we knew it, we were moving faster and couldn't seem to get the canoe to slow down.

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