My wife and 23 year old daughter “Charlotte” went camping in April 2016 at “Beer Can Point” which is a small camp ground with a boat dock at Canyon Lake AZ. The camp ground is only accessible by boat.
Charlotte My wife and 23 year old daughter “Charlotte” went camping in April 2016 at “Beer Can Point” which is a small camp ground with a boat dock at Canyon Lake AZ. The camp ground is only accessible by boat.
Charlotte went for a short hike to the rock bluff over looking the camp ground. When she returned she told me that while she was sitting atop the bluff she was startled by a cowboy who walked up behind her, Charlotte said to him ” I’m sorry but you just surprised me” the cowboy tipped his hat and said “I apologize ma’am” Charlotte looked away for a second and when she turned back to talk to him he was gone!
There were no other boats at the dock. Charlotte said the cowboy had a big western mustache and was wearing a full cowboy coat like in the movie tombstone.
(Submitted by Jesse S)
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- Canyon Lake
Tortilla Flat, AZ
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- 33.556760422403855, -111.41046828022809
- Maricopa County, Arizona
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