We thought this looked like an Indian head, facing to the left.
I thought that THIS looked like a bunch of ET heads gathered together.
Some more beautiful scenery.
Someone piled stones and made a cairn at the edge of the water.
We went as far as we could go on the lake, then turned around and started to head back. When we got to a wide part of the lake, we threw the anchor over, tied two of the boats together, and partied. The third boat went on by themselves.
There was eating,
|Diane and Pat singing, "They're gonna put me in a whorehouse"|
It was Fun with a capital "F"! But, alas, our time was running out. It was time to head back to the marina. Our gas gauge showed 1/4 of a tank so we were a little worried if we would make it back. We kept the boats tied together for awhile and Jim K. towed ours while piloting his boat.
|Oh Captain, My Captain!|
Jim and me.
Just two weeks prior to this excursion, we took my sisters on the Dolly for a 90 minute tour of Canyon Lake. I took a lot of the same pictures, but a couple that you haven't seen are these:
|Ann(l) and Linda(r)|
This was is called "Two Sisters" and is supposed to look like two women facing each other.
This one is two-faced. It looks like a little girl looking to the left, and supposedly Beethoven sitting at the organ on the right. (Sometimes it takes a little imagination and maybe a little drinky-poo!)
I picked out this one. Looks like a screaming face lying on its side to me. See it?
I like this photo of the bell at the back of the boat.
We were lucky enough to see some big horn sheep on the mountain. I zoomed in with my long lens. Here are a couple of cropped shots.
The REAL Captain, My Captain of the Dolly.