Instead of a computer screen this week I'll be resting my eyes on the rushing flow of a river.
I leave tomorrow to go whitewater rafting down the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, through 100 miles or so of Wilderness.
The river was also named the River of No Return by early trappers because its whitewater made it impossible to navigate back upstream. Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery went overland rather than run its rough waters.
I do intend to return.
Back in a week.
Photo from www.fs.fed.us