Nigel: "Because the Huntington river is short, fast and shallow. It forms in the mountains about fifteen miles from here, and ends just a few miles below our house. In the summer it is dog paradise. But spring runoff and autumn rains cause the river to rise quickly, and the currents become violent and powerful. If you happen to get caught up in those currents, you may quickly find yourself washed downstream."
Sola: "And away from you? So far, so good!"
Nigel: "Not so fast. You ever hear of the Huntington Gorge?"
Sola: "Nope, but I love to gorge!"
Nigel: "Not the same thing dufus. The Huntington Gorge is a deadly place, and it is just down river from here. Get caught in one strong current and your goose is cooked."
Nigel: "Very good. Now make sure you don't forget the next time you and Fudgepants decide to make a run for the swimming hole."
Sola: "I promise! But I have to ask one question.Why are you being so informative and helpful? It's not at all like you."