You are about to launch on your Grand Canyon rafting trip, now is the time to take off your watch. As Stevie Winwood said so poetically "Time is a river, rolling into nowhere..."* So let it go, and just roll with the river, lose yourself in the moments - and there are many.
Time is of no importance on the river. What is, is how you relate to "what" and "who" is around you. Getting in touch with your group and guides is all you need to do. You travel together on your river rafting trip. You eat, sleep, laugh, drink and play together. Make the most of your time together!
Timely questions like "Is the coffee ready?" "Are we hiking soon?" "When is the next rapid?" "Should I reapply sunscreen?" "Have I met everybody yet?" are all you need to think about time-wise. And with Arizona River Runners
, you are in extremely capable hands.
Ultimately the river is in charge. Your guides will take you on a whitewater trip that is beyond measure. What hour it might be is of no importance to you while you are on your raft trip.
There are many times you need that watch but a Colorado River trip is not one of them. It is a river. Let it flow, and flow with it.
*"Finer Things" by Steve Winwood