Canyon Lake Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... plus it's always a great adrenaline rush when you reach the top of a mountain. We also learned from some fellow hikers that the Ponderosa pines smell like vanilla/butterscotch...I tested it out and can validate this is true! After the hike we stayed around the lake for a picnic lunch under some trees. Once we left Sylvan Lake, we went down Needles Highway, which had some amazing views of the ...
... the park, so we start off. The 1st animals we come across are donkeys. They come right up to the car and poke their faces in. When they see you are not going to feed them, they move along. We keep driving and eventually come across a herd of buffalo. We pull over to watch them. Ben takes out the camera and is snapping away. We saw a female buffalo start to pee and a male buffalo stuck his face in the pee and then drank it! ...
... to the end of the loop and see donkeys. There is a donkey in the middle of road who was not moving, so we drove right by him and he just popped his head by our drivers window. We admired how cute this donkey was and thought it was so weird how he just stood there, like he was waiting for cars to drive up and take a photo, poser! We finish the drive and high-five each other as we had some of the best photos and had seen more than expected.
We head ...
... so we walked over to the pavilion to hear Easy Sounds, the free entertainment for Saturday night. They were pretty good - a husband and wife who sang and played the clarinet and accordion to background music. It sounds corny but there were actually people ...
... catch and keep here. Straight in front of me, a rock jetty spears out to the halfway point, a couple of kids throw sticks and laugh. To my left was a gathering of Canadian geese; their long black necks crook and eyes peered my way. Their chicks are a fluffy bit of light brown fuzz, but none of them are terribly perturbed by my presence: years of human contact. As one reaches the banks, you can tell how high ...