Five Shots: 4 of 4, Bear Canyon Lake Here’s the last set of pictures I wanted to share from a mountain escapade featuring lovely Bear Canyon Lake. Jim fished, I hiked, and Bear swam. I love mountain lakes, don’t you? 1. The trout were jumping.2. Bear: Throw me the stick, already! 3 4. The cloud action was superb. 5. painting fallen trunks 6. reflections and bands of color Which one do you like best? Share this:TwitterMoreEmailFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related 22 thoughts on “Five Shots: 4 of 4, Bear Canyon Lake” Add yours I like number one Cindy. It reminds me of Scotland. Best wishes, Pete. Reply Scotland, eh? It reminds me of Northern Wisconsin. 😉 Reply Where in Northern Wisconsin, Cindy? I grew up in that land. Reply Cool! My aunt had a resort at Hayward. We used to spend some summers up there with our salt shaker on the dock so when we got out of the lake, we’d be ready to burn off the leeches! Gosh, the memories you remember, eh? My grandparents had a house on Green Lake. Those were my fondest memories, learning how to water ski and fish with a grumpy grandfather. I used to live in Mazomanie as a girl for several years. While I consider Illinois my home state, Wisconsin would be a close second! Reply Just be careful. It’s not called Bear Canyon because of the pretty flowers! Reply The rangers told us there’s a resident black bear who likes to co-mingle with the guests. All we saw of him was his scat. Reply The first picture is breathtaking. But I love the one with Bear, with the stick in the water. Reply I knew you would! I thought specifically of you, Nuwansen, when considering putting in Bear. He’s a wonderful companion. Reply Gee thanks! That’s really nice of you. Reply Ha ha ha…I’m no animal lover but the DOG. Reply Bear gets more compliments than any human I know. People are drawn to him and comment all the time what a lovely dog he is. He is! Reply Third from the end. Reply That’s one of my favorites, too. Thanks for voiting, Alex 🙂 Reply I am always a sucker for a dog with a job – even if it is a stick. Reply He’s the one who has me working–I threw it 100 times, I think 🙂 Reply Lovely images Cindy. Reply Thank you, Vinnieh. Glad you liked them. Reply Oh I love that shot of your dog swimming! These are great shots Cindy! Reply Thanks, Ruth. Bear loves to swim. I get tired just watching him go in and out over and over. 🙂 Reply I love Bear’s photo! Oh, what a gorgeous dog. And so game. That is one squishable beast. Again, the photos leave me wishing I could transport myself instantly to your side. What a day. What an absolutely beautiful day, Cindy. Reply Hi Shelley! Thanks, like your long-haired buddy, Bear is the best behaved, best looking pet I’ve ever had. He keeps me safe. Beautiful days stay in the heart and the pictures cheer me up when I”m feeling blue. Funny how you don’t fully appreciate the beauty, the time, until after the fact. Reply What a beautiful place, and what a handsome dog! Reply I ♥ comments. Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.