|Regarding my previous posting, I learned today that it isn't the park that is responsible for those animals in the corrals by the amphitheater, but the Texas Show, which owns the animals and brings them there to use in their performances. So I called the Texas Show, where the man who took my call was kind and receptive to my comments, offered to share them with others there, and thanked me for the feedback.|
|Especially loved visiting the donkey and horses by the amphitheater. Such sweet creatures! Sadly, the donkey had no water in his barrel and no shade or shelter on the hot May day we went. I wonder how the animals endure storms when it hails. The park otherwise seems to be kept up well with clean facilities and hardly any litter around.|
|We grew up playing in the canyon weekends,camping swimming, nature. brothers sisters cousins, aunts uncles. Jumping off boulders into the river. Birthday parties were always fun beyond. Horses little saloon and shoot-outs were far from ordinary. Being children it was just life. Being an adult priceless. our family members have all grow-up. lots are passed on.So The memories our parents gave us has lasted 60 yrs for the most of us. We were just little canyon children. Thanks for the vision of the|
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||Cochrane Alberta Canada
|My husband & I visited the Canyon in the late afternoon Dec 2 2012 - loved it! Only wish we had more time in the Canyon/Amarillo area and we would have been back the next day. |