Kumsheen Rafting in Lytton celebrates 40 years

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Kumsheen White Water Rafting has been operating for 40 years this year (courtesy kumsheen.ca)
It was 1973.

A young Bernie Fandrich was between jobs, when inspiration hit.

Why not start a Whitewater rafting company on the Thompson River?
    
Today that company, Kumsheen Rafting in Lytton,  is one of the most successful whitewater operations in the world.

And Bernie Fandrich, is still at the helm.

He's here in the studio this morning.

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