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River snorkeling growing in popularity in Washington
Russ Ricketts of Leavenworth, Wash., snorkels in the Wenatchee River in Tumwater Canyon near Leavenworth. He says he snorkeled 135 days in 2012. To Ricketts and Matt Collins, also of Leavenworth, North Central Washington is a snorkeling mecca. The two men do it all year.
Russ Ricketts of Leavenworth, Wash., gets on his gear for a snorkel in the Wenatchee River in Tumwater Canyon near Leavenworth. To Ricketts and Matt Collins, also of Leavenworth, North Central Washington is a snorkeling mecca. The two men do this all year.
Russ Ricketts of Leavenworth, Wash., climbs up on a rock in the Wenatchee River in Tumwater Canyon near Leavenworth to get a better view of the rapids ahead. “Rapids are nothing to mess around with,” said Ricketts. He’ll often scout rapids, looking for entrapments and eddies, before entering a river.

Art under water

Russ Ricketts of Leavenworth, Wash., snorkels in the Wenatchee River in Tumwater Canyon near Leavenworth. He says he snorkeled 135 days in 2012. To Ricketts and Matt Collins, also of Leavenworth, North Central Washington is a snorkeling mecca. The two men do it all year.
Russ Ricketts of Leavenworth, Wash., gets on his gear for a snorkel in the Wenatchee River in Tumwater Canyon near Leavenworth. To Ricketts and Matt Collins, also of Leavenworth, North Central Washington is a snorkeling mecca. The two men do this all year.
Russ Ricketts of Leavenworth, Wash., climbs up on a rock in the Wenatchee River in Tumwater Canyon near Leavenworth to get a better view of the rapids ahead. “Rapids are nothing to mess around with,” said Ricketts. He’ll often scout rapids, looking for entrapments and eddies, before entering a river.
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