\Pulled into a very tight eddy in a kayak, only to see a rattlesnake on a rocky ledge close by my right elbow. It had a fish lodged longways in its mouth. The fish was too fat to go past the joint of the snake's jaws, and the slant of the snake's teeth evidently wouldn't let it let go.
Sat there for a surprised few moments, watching the snake shake its head violently back and forth trying to dislodge the fish. Promptly peeled out not wanting to be anywhere near an angry pit viper if it managed to dislodge the fish.
I had a gentleman wake up the entire group playing taps on his horn at first light in the morning once it was quite memorable echoing off the canyon walls!Last weekend on RHT/Westwater, at Black Rocks 7 there was a gentleman in full garb, at last light, absolutely killing it on the bag pipes! Like pro piping!