Watch where you step in remote country

Kayak, Helicopter Deployed To Rescue Woman Stranded On Island With Broken Leg

Been many years since living in that area, but I recall walking (and paddling) along the Kettle River.
You do need to watch your step.
I wonder if the hole that she stepped into was one of the many kettles that the river is named for.

I reluctantly had to pull back on some places I would go alone because of these kinds of realities. It made me realize I had to add balancing work to my exercise program, which is good. But that is not a replacement for the disregard for risk of my younger years.