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How’s Your Facial Position?

Hello, Here’s something you won’t see in your news feed… Splashed By 10,000 Gallons Of Water… Retains Full Smile! I’m no dentist, but Pangaea knows how to make you smile! For a free facial position consultation, please call… 406-239-2392 Why am I thinking about your facial position? It started with a question my ski mentor … Read More

Leave Boring Behind!

Hi there! I’ve got 3 things for you today: 1. A BIG mid week discount! 2. How to Hire Great People 3. Season River Forecast As usual, I try to incorporate something valuable, a discount and some news of note. Enjoy, and… Leave Boring Behind! David Lawrence Owner Pangaea River Rafting 45% OFF Clark Fork … Read More

In This Edition of Swift Currents…

  The Promise Of Spring Guide Update Why Social Media Is Upgrading My Life THE PROMISE OF SPRING! For every negative, there’s a positive. For every dark cloud, a silver lining. For every recession, progression. What makes me say that? Spring. Light snow pack. Reservations booming. Hot weather. The GREAT RECESSION over? The summer looks … Read More

Swift Currents – Pangaea’s Newsletter – October 2014

Happy Halloween Pangaea Rafting Friends! In this issue… Pangaea’s SPOOKY raft sale! Scary! Scary! GULP! Pangaea’s “GHOULISH” Costumes   Scary! Scary! GULP! In the woods around Pangaea, lurking beneath the dark, deep shadows of a primordial forest, lives a ghoulish goblin haunting boy and man alike with plumule and spur. Trey and I, taking up arms and lashing … Read More

Swift Currents – Pangaea’s Newsletter – Sept 2014

      What A Year! 2014 will go down in the history books of Pangaea. It started with the biggest and best guide training class I ever taught! Thanks to Mike N., Mike D., Dagney, Liv, Bret, Kyle, Kacie, Amber, Dorian and special guest Alan for the amazing effort and the good times. June … Read More

August Fun & News with Pangaea River Rafting

    August is here! To celebrate the last HOT month of the summer, I’ve got some HOT news and some HOT announcements!!! Did You See the Planes? Themed Weekends! 2 NEW Trips! Love Pangaea? Leave a Review! Ready? Did You See The Airplanes In The Clark Fork River?    Two Fridays ago, our guests … Read More

St. Patrick’s Day is Special | Spank the Day!

Give St. Patrick a Good-Old American Spanking! In The US, We Beat St. Patrick’s Day Like A Redheaded-Stepchild! In fact, we give a lot of holidays the redheaded-stepchild treatment. We take a well intentioned, symbolic, meaningful tradition, especially time-honored days set aside for introspection and ponderance, drag it behind the woodshed and beat the snot-sniffing-significance out … Read More

St. Patrick’s Day | Bulletproof Coffee | Treadmill Desk

    First, the most amazing coffee recipe you’ve never tasted (unless you have). Then, one of the best things I’ve done to improve my health and optimize my workflow. Lastly, an awesome St. Patrick’s Day Deal on the Spokane River. What Did I Do To My Coffee? Last newsletter, I explained how fatigue, brain … Read More

Day Two on the Gorge Mickelson Trail

Day Two: We Got What We Came For   That night in the hotel, the weather and thunderstorms broke, leaving a cold blue bird day for us to try again, dry kids and gear in tow up a 2 hour climb straight from town up a 4% grade. The grade deceives when pulling so much … Read More

2013 George Mickelson Bike Trip: Change of Plans

Change of Plans…     The truck bed stuffed with bikes, camping gear, clothes and our dreams of a multi-day adventure sails across I-90 at 80 miles an hour. The roar of our Cummings diesel engines echoes across western Montana, south into Wyoming toward Deadwood, South Dakota where the George Mickelson Rail Trail shoots south … Read More