The rain-swollen Royal River provided a whitewater challenge for Yarmouth kayaker Ray Corson on Sunday, Sept. 15, near the East Main Street bridge.
The river briefly gets the upper hand ...
... but Corson begins an Eskimo roll ...
... and after a little time upside down ...
... pops up out of the water ...
... before continuing downstream.
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