. Come with OAP on a unique two part day long adventure. First learn the basics of sea kayaking on beautiful Kincaid Lake located deep in the Shawnee Natl. Forest. Paddle by forested coves and tall limestone bluffs as we look for wildlife and enjoy a shoreLINE picnic. Then take a short hike to the largest concentration of Native American pre-historic rock art in the state of Illinois. Piney Creek Ravine is a nature preserve and an archaeological site with over 200 designs of petroglyphs and wall painting rock art dating from aprox. A.D. 500-1000. Spend the afternoon exploring this fascinating Indian cultural legacy. After the adventures enjoy dinner at Tequila Mexican restaurant (your cost). Adventure is open to ages 14 and above. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. $15.00 per person for Single Airmen eligibility. Adventure is open to all others at $45.00 per person. Buses will depart Outdoor Recreation, Bldg. 3176 East Drive at 7:30 a.m., returning at approximately 6 p.m. To register or for more information please call Outdoor Recreation at 256-2067. Trip strenuous level is rated at 3-5. Paddling a kayak and hiking required.