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Utah: Rafting down the Green River to a bluegrass beat
Utah: Rafting down the Green River to a bluegrass beat

Yes, it’s banjo music you’ll hear as you float down the Green River. River runner Bill Dvorak — a distant cousin of Czech composer Anton Dvorak — and a bluegrass aficionado has enlisted the Hayward Strangers for Dvorak Expeditions’ latest music-themed rafting trip. During the six-day excursion the bluegrass band from Colorado will hold informal jam sessions and perform concerts in rock canyons and alcoves and on beaches along the river. Besides rafting and listening to music, there will be time for fishing, kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding, wildlife viewing and excursions to Indian ruins and petroglyphs. The concert journey is a fundraiser for the...

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