Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Rosanne Rosanna Bandana and Arizona River Runners

The simple cotton bandana is one of the more practical items you can bring on your Grand Canyon rafting trip. Aside from the points you get for style, it has many other uses as well. Moisten it and wear it around your head, neck or shoulders and it will instantly cool you down. This is a good ploy throughout the day or for when you head out on a hike. Your friendly bandana can save you from sunburn… just cover the areas that are constantly in the sun, knees, feet or ankles, and ward off those blistering rays. For more traditional uses, you can blow your nose, wipe the sweat from your brow, or use it as a napkin! Don’t forget, there’s always the do-rag application or babushka for those bad hair days (and you will have them!). A few other ways to use your bandana: a headband or hair tie, clean your glasses, this comes in very handy as your glasses do get splashed. These are just a few of the ways your bandana can be functional. Above everything else, it’s easy to pack, inexpensive and comes in a plethora of colors. Make sure you have washed it a few times before you go if possible. The older the better. Wow! Get yourself one - even our guides wear them.
At Arizona River Runners, we want your rafting trip to be memorable. Call us today at 1-800-477-7238 for a river adventure of a lifetime!