Travel Blogs from Canyon Lake Texas, United States

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A Week at Canyon Lake, Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

A Week at Canyon Lake

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads

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We spent a leisurely week at Canyon Lake where numerous deer were a continual part of the landscape.  They were quite friendly and totally unafraid to come right up to our home for a closer look.  We enjoyed some walking around the lake but the ...

Shorts weather!, Sattler, United States travel blog

Shorts weather!

A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris

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Yesterday we left Oklahoma City, heading south for Texas and intending to stop in Grapevine, Fort Worth.  We made a rest stop at Gainsville, where we were surprised to see a WWII memorial in the car park - had to take a picture. As we set off again ...

Searching for San Antonio, Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

Searching for San Antonio

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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... no central theme running through it.  Definitely worth seeing but two days was plenty.  We are camped out near Canyon Lake now on the Guadalupe River, America's most southern trout fishery.......and probably the biggest toobing hole in the ...

BAT Misbehavin', Sattler, United States travel blog

BAT Misbehavin'

A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris

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... the sights we wanted to see in San Antonio (we'll have another go tomorrow), so we headed back to the campsite, with a stop off at Canyon Lake on the way.  Needless to say, after the fog, the day had been warm and sunny and we'd missed most of it, ...

Glad to be back in my home, Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

Glad to be back in my home

A travel blog entry by larryg59

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... go 7 months without bathing). So this is a really cool place we are staying it is owned by the military and it sits on a lake, lots of wildlife around, deer walking through your campground and geese walking around. Like I said at the start of my blog I am ...

The cymbal guns return., Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

The cymbal guns return.

A travel blog entry by jasminejonte

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Depart time: 8:00am Arrive time: 8:45am Work time: 9:00am My team worked the entire morning on platforms. Each of the enclosures has platforms for the animals. We completed the jaguar, spidermonkey, and lemur enclosures. It took about 4 hours, but along ...

nomading without a car, Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

nomading without a car

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

        As we were making the move from Toronto to Texas, the car sounded worse and worse.  I didn't really hear anything bad until after our first day of towing the trailer with motorcycle.  Personally, I think we ...

Canyon Lake, Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

Canyon Lake

A travel blog entry by jblankissuper

... Jason and Brian, and redistributing. I leave Sna Marcos at about 5:50PM, late start. I ride out on Hopkins Rd. heading straight for Canyon Lake. I arrive at a Shell station, call my aunt, and she comes about 15 miles to pick me up. My cousin, Berlin, has ...

Diggin' in the Dirt., Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

Diggin' in the Dirt.

A travel blog entry by jasminejonte

... ', the most memorable being a one-antlered white tailed deer, who we have named Eli. He straight-up follows us around. Apparently Texas is unique in their animal treatment policies. Many people keep these kind of wild animals as pets. Why would you keep a ...

Alfred Hitchcock. Birds., Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

Alfred Hitchcock. Birds.

A travel blog entry by jasminejonte

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Another early start, another day of manual labor.  We began with more staining of the cages. We worked with Wes, the Maintenance Director guy. He's pretty rad. He has a daughter named Taylor. She, like us, is a 'country girl', or the in-between of ...

Going, going, gone..., Buffalo Springs (historical), United States travel blog

Going, going, gone...

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... from us here at Lazy L&L is quite the tourist destination as well as an entertainment centre what with the Gruene Hall (Texas' oldest dance hall, remember?) attracting some huge stars as well as local up and coming bands. So when one of our friends ...

The Corps of Engineers is 2 for 2, Canyon Lake Texas, United States travel blog

The Corps of Engineers is 2 for 2

A travel blog entry by tenntrek

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... (birthplace of WW II Fleet Admiral Nimitz, I think) and hooked up on I-10 for the long, long slog across central and west Texas to Carlsbad NM.  Here are a few pix of Canyon Lake.  Check out the deer herd in the foreground of one or two of ...

The end of the run, Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

The end of the run

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... driving.  We had some issues with hotels and noise but nothing we couldn't handle.  This trip was so much nicer than the Texas to Toronto when it was much hotter, when we were trying to see things and stopped for several days at a time. ...

Memorial Day Weekend 2010, Cranes Mill, United States travel blog

Memorial Day Weekend 2010

A travel blog entry by rstout

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... that saying.. and knowing me, I probably will one day soon.  But I really believe that it is true. We spent time at Canyon Lake camping at Potter's creek campsite. Canyon Lake is 3/4 of the way to San Antonio from Austin or around 60 miles from our ...

first stop, Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

first stop

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

        Have made it out of Toronto to Canyon Lake, Texas.  Have not really been nomading yet as my daughter did all the driving to get here.  We made a stop in Indiana to pick up a motorcycle but came straight down ...

Early Bird Gets the Worm..., Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

Early Bird Gets the Worm...

A travel blog entry by brianneakabri

...in the Tequila at the end of the day? Especially after a long flight to Puerto Vallarta! Ok, maybe not tequila but champagne and margaritas for sure! Tomorrow at 4:00 AM, Marilyn and I leave for the San Antonio airport to catch a flight to Puerto ...

On the road again and again and again and again., Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

On the road again and again and again and again.

A travel blog entry by jasminejonte

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... ; Now we are riding through Texas. (You know how they say everthing is bigger… they weren’t lying.) We will arrive at Canyon Lake Cabins and Cottages in about 3 hours. My back is destroyed from two days of driving, but I know it will be worth ...

Still Here, Sattler, United States travel blog

Still Here

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... in snow it would be even better to have green grass instead of brown. Then we could wend our way northwards to visit the states as yet unexplored and maybe visit with some of the lovely people we have met along our travels as they too have escaped ...

Where dinosaurs roamed, Canyon Lake, United States travel blog

Where dinosaurs roamed

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... . We can now say that not only have we walked where dinosaurs walked – we have actually walked in their footprints. The Canyon lake Gorge (just about 4 miles north of our campsite) was formed by floodwater in 2002 when the Canyon Lake Dam overflowed ...

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