Setting Expectations for a Lake Powell Trip

(This reads kinda negative, but the intent is positive.)


Travel light and as portable as possible.  You might have to carry stuff quite a distance from your parking space to the boat and back.  Pack for easy access aboard the boat since stuff is usually stored on the bunks (half of them upper bunks).

Other strictly optional stuff you may wish to bring:

How the Wildwind trip ACCOUNTING works:  (If you'd rather not even know, just ignore this.)

WAIVER OF LIABILITY (For now I’ve decided not to make people sign it...)

In consideration for permission to board Wildwind 2, I understand and agree that the owners of houseboat Wildwind 2 are not responsible for my health and well-being.  I understand that living aboard a houseboat on Lake Powell incurs certain risks of loss, including, but not limited to, property damaged, lost overboard, or stolen; and certain risks of injury, including, but not limited to, cuts, abrasions, broken bones, lost extremities, and loss of life.  I agree to indemnify and hold harmless the houseboat owners for loss, damages, or injury resulting to me or my property in connection with my traveling aboard Wildwind 2 or any speed boat used while living on Wildwind 2.

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This page last modified on 29-Mar-2006