Alpacas Yogi and Boo Boo joy riding at Lost Pines Resort in Texas.
When it’s time to leave Hyatt Lost Pines and head home, there will be many memories to take along with you. Should you want to bring home a little “Hooves, Horns and Hoss,” McDade’s sells Frontier Ears and stuffed mascots that make it possible to do so handily – also serving as a reminder of the happy trails you’ve traveled until you and the mascots meet again.
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This guest post was written by Amanda Fier, a freelance writer whose previous assignments have taken her on several horseback riding adventures in California, Colorado, Montana and Texas. During her time at Hyatt Lost Pines, she and Boo Boo the alpaca became fast friends – while Dancer the horse showed her the lay of the land during a trail ride.
If You Go:
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines (512) 308-1234
575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road
Lost Pines, TX 78612
Picosa Ranch, Floresville, Texas
Sugar & Spice Ranch, Bandera, Texas
Wildcatter Ranch, Graham, Texas