Summer Camp Memories: The River That Wasn't There

By Eric Dregni
Wisconsin Life / Wisconsin Public Radio

Dregni_Sending coverAt thirteen, I set off for camp in northern Wisconsin to run rapids on churning rivers. Our counselor, Phil, asked our group of eight boys if we were tough enough to paddle the legendary Totagatic River. No other group at camp had dared do it. “Yeah!” we cheered.

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