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The Drop-In: Rafting from Carbondale to Glenwood Springs (video)

A rookery of heron nests, a bald eagle and a giant river sandwich are just some of the sights Drop-In hosts Rose and Anna encountered on their float from Carbondale to Two Rivers Park in Glenwood Springs.


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